Join Jane Hutcheon as she reflects on Women and the Arab Spring
Wednesday 7 March 2012, Allan Scott Auditorium
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Proceeds are going towards the UN Women Partners Improving Markets Program which is working to make marketplaces safe for women in Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
Jane Hutcheon is the presenter of One Plus One, ABC News 24's weekly interview program. As a news presenter for ABC News 24, Jane has been in the chair covering the unfolding of the Arab Spring and as a foreign correspondent, she's covered events including the Hong Kong Handover (1997), Israeli-Palestinian conflict (2000), the aftermath of the Iraq invasion (2003-2005) and the 2006 Israeli-Lebanon War. Beyond her television work Jane is the author of From Rice to Riches.
Event jointly presented by UN Women, The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at UniSA and the Don Dunstan Foundation.
You may also be interested in The Arab Spring: What comes next? delivered by Dr Tarik Yousef on Tuesday 21 February.
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