South Asia Center presents: 1 Three, Yet One!
121 Shaffer Hall
Three women in different stages of life, living thousands of kilometers away from each other, connected only by international trade trying to survive in a society that is often insensitive to their identity as working women. In what ways has the growth of India’s economy affected the women, their lives and families? This film is: a) an exploration of the lives of three women in three export sectors in India; b) an examination of the relations between trade and gender; and c) a set of questions about India’s readiness to accord its women their rightful share in the economy and society. Discussion following the film to be moderated by Anoop Sadanandan, Assistant Professor of Political Science. Speaking: Anoop Sadnanadan Assistant Professor Department of Political Science Sponsor: Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, Co-Sponsor South Asia Center, Co-Sponsor
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