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Women Rising XXI: Women's Rights to Water, Land, and Farming

Tuesday, July 19, 2011 By Making Contact, The National Radio Project | Report
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Women are gaining influence as leaders throughout the world, fighting for peace, justice, the environment, and civil society. On this program we profile a dynamic partnership between the Women's Earth Alliance and the Global Women's Water Initiative: working on women's rights to water, land, farming and basic human dignity.

Featuring:

Rucha Chitnis, director, Women's Earth Alliance India; Maame Yelbert-Obeng, Women's Earth Alliance Africa; Gemma Bulos, director, Global Women's Water Initiative; Sandra Hay, CEO and filmmaker, Unseen Pictures; Mama Catherine, activist in Cameroon.
Note: Vandana Shiva is an international advisor for Women's Earth Alliance. She is not on the board, as stated on the program.  We apologize for the error.

For More Information:

Women's Earth Alliance
Global Women's Water Initiative
WEA-Voices of Hope film
Women Rising
A Single Drop for Safe Water
Evan Fraser

Articles, Videos, etc
'We Rise' Million Voice Choir
Tribal Women's Struggle for Water in India
2010 West African Women & Water Training Program

MUSIC:
'We Rise' by Gemma Boulos
'Solar Rising' by Evan Fraser
'Mother Mbira' by Evan Fraser
'Zawo' by Evan Fraser

Making Contact

Making Contact is a program on the National Radio Project. 

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Women Rising XXI: Women's Rights to Water, Land, and Farming

Tuesday, July 19, 2011 By Making Contact, The National Radio Project | Report
  • font size decrease font size decrease font size increase font size increase font size
  • Print

Women are gaining influence as leaders throughout the world, fighting for peace, justice, the environment, and civil society. On this program we profile a dynamic partnership between the Women's Earth Alliance and the Global Women's Water Initiative: working on women's rights to water, land, farming and basic human dignity.

Featuring:

Rucha Chitnis, director, Women's Earth Alliance India; Maame Yelbert-Obeng, Women's Earth Alliance Africa; Gemma Bulos, director, Global Women's Water Initiative; Sandra Hay, CEO and filmmaker, Unseen Pictures; Mama Catherine, activist in Cameroon.
Note: Vandana Shiva is an international advisor for Women's Earth Alliance. She is not on the board, as stated on the program.  We apologize for the error.

For More Information:

Women's Earth Alliance
Global Women's Water Initiative
WEA-Voices of Hope film
Women Rising
A Single Drop for Safe Water
Evan Fraser

Articles, Videos, etc
'We Rise' Million Voice Choir
Tribal Women's Struggle for Water in India
2010 West African Women & Water Training Program

MUSIC:
'We Rise' by Gemma Boulos
'Solar Rising' by Evan Fraser
'Mother Mbira' by Evan Fraser
'Zawo' by Evan Fraser

Making Contact

Making Contact is a program on the National Radio Project.