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    Seodi White


    Seodi White
    Women’s Rights and HIV/AIDS in Malawi and Southern Africa:
    Realities, Successes and Challenges
    Brown Bag Lunch
    Tuesday, February 26, 2013, 12:30pm-1:30pm
    Rosenau Hall, Room 228, UNC-CH

    Seodi White is a Gender Expert and Human Rights lawyer, with experience in legal anthropology who is based in Blantyre, Malawi. Her expertise ranges from the feminization of the HIV/AIDS epidemic to gender analysis of legal rights as well as law and policy reform. In addition to her position as the National Coordinator of the Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust, Ms. White has worked with various agencies such as UNICEF in South Sudan, UN Mission to Liberia, The Dan Church Aid and Plan International in Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique and the USAID in Malawi. This event is a brown bag lunch. Light snacks will be provided.   Free.   Please Contact: Barbara Anderson b_anderson@unc.edu for more information.

    Seodi White
    Human Rights and Gender Justice in Malawi and Southern Africa
    Wednesday, February 27, 2013, 5:30pm-7:00pm
    1005 FedEx Global Education Center

    Seodi White is a Gender Expert and Human Rights lawyer, with experience in legal anthropology who is based in Blantyre, Malawi. Her expertise ranges from the feminization of the HIV/AIDS epidemic to gender analysis of legal rights as well as law and policy reform. In addition to her position as the National Coordinator of the Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Trust, Ms. White has worked with various agencies such as UNICEF in South Sudan, UN Mission to Liberia, The Dan Church Aid and Plan International in Tanzania, Zambia, Mozambique and the USAID in Malawi.   Free.   Please Contact: Barbara Anderson b_anderson@unc.edu for more information.

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