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Arising Issues in Women, Development and Policy in Asia Pacific

What are top three public policy concerns for women across Asia Pacific and how are legislators tackling these issues in respective parliaments and governance spheres? Meet three esteemed members of the Asian Women Parliamentarian Caucus (AWPC) as they provide an insight into policy best practices from on-the-ground experience across regions - from Australia to South and Southeast Asia.  This panel will be the kick-off to a series of meetings for the regional network, which gathers prominent female parliamentarians from all over Asia to discuss current issues impacting women, development and policy.

Seminar Room 3-1, Level 3, Manasseh Meyer, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Wed 8 November 2017
05:15 PM - 06:30 PM

Senator Linda Reynolds

Senator Linda Reynolds

Senator for Western Australia

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Hon. Dr Dipu Moni

Hon. Dr Dipu Moni

Former First Female Foreign Minister and Member of Parliament, Bangladesh

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Rep. Emmi De Jesus

Rep. Emmi De Jesus

President, Gabriela Women’s Party and Congresswoman, The Philippines

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Dr Namrata Chindarkar

Dr Namrata Chindarkar

Assistant Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

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