Kavita Ramdas talks about global feminism

Submitted by Rachel L. Tuchman on Tuesday, 9/28/2010, at 1:54 PM

http://www.ted.com/talks/kavita_ramdas_radical_women_embracing_tradition.html

 

 

This is an amazing short video from TED, which has great resources for discussions on global gender issues. She explicitly mentions the discussion on human rights as women's rights- so check it out!

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