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Difficult Dialogues: Health and Gender in India
Thu 4 May 2017, 16:30 – 18:00 BST
Difficult Dialogues is an annual forum examining issues of contemporary relevance in South Asia.
It fosters crucial interaction between a diverse array of stakeholders from academia, law, public policy, politics, business, international relations, the media, young leadership and civic society.
In 2017, Difficult Dialogues partnered with University College London (UCL) to explore the challenges India faces in creating conditions for good health and access to healthcare for all citizens. In 2018, the forum is set to focus on the societal and political challenges posed by issues of gender in India and the region.
As part of UCL's India Voices season, please join Prof Michael Arthur, President & Provost of UCL and Prof Monica Lakhanpaul (UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health) in welcoming Mrs Surina Narula, MBE (Founder & CEO, Difficult Dialogues); Senior Advocate Geeta Luthra (Supreme Court of India); Prof Alison Diduck (UCL Laws) and Dr Maki Kimura (UCL Political Science) for an afternoon of discussion and debate on the challenges to gender justice that call for pressing cultural, social, and policy reform, and the mechanisms through which to effect this.
This event will be followed by a drinks reception in the South Cloisters, UCL.