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Women in Power - Women's Interfaith Network

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Women’s Interfaith Network presents 'Women in Power'.

An evening of discussion and insight chaired by the journalist Stephen Sackur in conversation with BBC's Chief International Correspondent and an occasional Contributing Editor Lyse Marie Doucet, journalist and political analyst Kiri Kankhwende and author and broadcaster Tarek Osman.

Date: Wednesday 28th March 2018

Times: 6:00pm- 9:00pm

Location: Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, London Bridge, London EC4A 9HA

Refreshments provided.

Lyse Marie Doucet OBE is a Canadian journalist who is the BBC's Chief International Correspondent and an occasional Contributing Editor. She presents on BBC World Service radio and BBC World News television, also reports for BBC Radio 4 and BBC News in the United Kingdom, including reporting and occasionally presenting for Newsnight and World News Today. She also makes and presents documentaries.

Kiri Kankhwende is a journalist and political analyst with an educational background in human rights and political communications. Kiri was born in Malawi and has lived in Zimbabwe, France and China. Her writing has been published by the Guardian and Independent, among others. She has contributed political analysis on BBC Newsnight, BBC 5 Live Breakfast show and The Briefing Room on BBC Radio 4.

Tarek Osman is an author, political economist, and broadcaster focused on the Arab and Islamic worlds. He is the author of Islamism: What It Means for the Middle East. He wrote and presented the BBC documentary series 'The Making of the Modern Arab World' (2013) and 'Sands of Time: A History of Saudi Arabia' (2015) .He has appeared as a commentator on most major international news networks and is a regular contributor on the Arab and Islamic worlds for many leading newspapers and magazines worldwide. He studied at the American University in Cairo and at Bocconi University in Milan.

Stephen John Sackur is an English journalist who presents HARDtalk, a current affairs interview programme on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel. He is also the main Friday presenter of GMT on BBC World News. For fifteen years he was a BBC foreign correspondent and is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4 and a number of newspapers and magazines. He studied at King Edward VI Grammar School Spilsby, Emmanuel College Cambridge and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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