Building Solidarity, Raising Voices: Women's Leadership in a Post COVID World I Womens Day

  • 3 years ago
This International Women's Day, the Population Foundation of India and The Wire bring you this panel discussion on what the last year has looked like for women in India and globally, and how we can rebuild after this crisis in a way that is more gender-sensitive. The panellists - actor Dia Mirza, rapper Sofia Ashraf and Population Foundation of India director Poonam Muttreja - talk about their work, their experiences and their hopes for the future.

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