Carving out Space for Women in the Naga-Indian Peace Process: A Firsthand Account

Singmila Shimrah

April 17, 2014

Campus Center, Room 2115, UMass Boston

Singmila Shimrah will report on her current work facilitating the ceasefire agreements and negotiations of Naga armed groups with the governments of India and Myanmar. Her talk will focus on Naga women's grassroots efforts to end six decades of occupation and armed conflict, and will emphasize the importance of carving out space for women's inclusion and leadership in ongoing Naga peace processes. 

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