Starting Date: 11-05-2005
Starting Time: 8:30am
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, Ohio 44106
703-522-2214Building on the foundation laid by the National Collegiate Global Women's and Human Rights Conference this past April, the fall conference will educate and mobilize young people to make the connection between a range of feminist and human rights issues. The goal of this conference is to create a network of progressive U.S. activists to confront problems facing women halfway across the world, as well as in our own backyard!
Learn more and take action on women's issues such as sweatshop labor, reproductive rights and health, corporate irresponsibility, HIV/AIDS, education and literacy, slavery and human trafficking, foreign policy, women in conflict, and violence against women.
Donít miss this great opportunity to meet activists from organizations such as the National Center for Human Rights Education; SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective; United Students Against Sweatshops; Womenís Actions for New Directions; Eleanor Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority Foundation, and many more!
Geographical Scope: Regional