International Women's Day 2020 at RUSI
This year, RUSI celebrates International Women's Day with two events: the first marks the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Rsolution 1325, and the second looks at the role of women in intelligence throughout history.
Speakers will include:
- Sonia Purnell, journalist and author
- Nadike Akkerman, Senior Lecturer/Reader in early modern English literature, University of Leiden
- Claire Hubbard-Hall, Senior Lecturer in History, Bishop Grosseteste University
- Baroness Mary Goudie, British House of Lords
- Dr. Joana Cook, Senior Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation
- Sabin Khan, Senior Associate Fellow at RUSI
- Rahama Baloni, Nigerian Lawyer and Program Management Professional at Mercy Corps.
- Lt. Col. Rachel Grimes, Ministry of Defence
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