Monday, 27 September 2010

[creative-radio] Fw: Accent of Women 28 Sept 2010: Beijing Plus 15


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All the best,

Sonia Randhawa

Dear all,

This week on Accent of Women, the show consisted of:

Topic: Beijing +15: Looking at the challenges that have been overcome, and work still remaining

Cai Yiping, executive director of ISIS International-Manila
           Mahnaz Afkhami, Former Chair, Women's Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace (Iran)

Produced by: Sonia Randhawa

Music by: 'Rise Up!' by Skunk Anansie

of Women is a show produced by and about women from culturally and
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Sonia Randhawa
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