We are excited to share with a new episode of WILPF MENA’s Political Is Personal Podcast, entitled: إعادة تصميم طاولة السلام Redesigning The Peace Table
In this very special episode of Political Is Personal, which was recorded in New York on the sidelines of the 67th session of the Commission on the Status of Woman, we discuss the idea of the peace table — what does it mean? Who is currently sitting on it? And how to imagine a better version of that outdated table?
The dialogue is moderated by Syrian human rights advocate, and founder and Director of Badael organisation Oula Ramadan.
We invite you to listen to the podcast and share it on social media using the hashtags:
#political_is_personal #political_is_personal #WILPF_Podcast #RedesigningPeace #WILPFatCSW67
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