Transforming Women through Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Activism

‘We Shall Overcome’- Janet Braun-Reinitz


International Centre on Nonviolent Conflict- Webinar: Transforming Women through Civil Resistance and Nonviolent Activism

This ‘Voices from the Field’ webinar, discussing women’s movements fighting for better livelihoods, ending violence against women, and supporting inclusion and rights in India, features majority-women campaigns from Bhopal and West Bengal. View webinar here: CLICK

Reena Shadaan, a long-term volunteer to the Bhopal justice movement, has made significant contributions in both Bhopal, and in the US and Canada, and introduces the Bhopal campaign and presents an overview of women’s activism in Bhopal.

Since 2013, Reena has been Coordinating Committee member of the North American solidarity tier of the International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal (ICJB) and is now doctoral candidate in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University (Toronto, Canada). Her work explores gender and environmental racism, environmental health, and reproductive justice.

She was previously responsible for the report ‘Women’s Access to Healthcare 28 years after the Bhopal Disaster: A case study of Jai Prakash Nagar’: CLICK

The ‘Voices from the Field’ webinar took place on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 10-11:30 a.m. EST.




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