Empowering Women in Cuba
Speaker: Vivian Artúnez Saiz, University of Havana
July 21, 2015, 7.p.m.
UCI University Club
Reception following lecture
Vivian Artúnez Saiz is a member of the faculty at the University of
Havana. She will draw on her original photographs of an evolving
contemporary Cuba to identify the emerging opportunities for women and
the challenges they are encountering and will encounter in the immediate years ahead.
Newkirk Center for Science and Society
Institute for International, Global, and Regional Studies
Center for Global Leadership
Free and open to the public. Space is limited, so please RSVP here.
Day 1 (July 22)
UC Irvine University Club
Day 2 (July 23)
Engineering Lecture Hall, Room 100
Parking is $10 per day in Anteater Structure
See the Workshop Agenda
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