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An Update from La Toma

With sky-rocketing gold prices, gold fever has hit Colombia, a country rich in mineral deposits, and a torrent of mining companies is sweeping across the country. But many of the areas they want to mine are the same ones where traditional miners have been mining for generations.

9 MIN2011 NOV 2
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An Update from La Toma

The Women of Srebrenica

In this week's podcast, Executive Producer Pamela Hogan speaks with Selma Leydesdorff, who just released a collection of oral histories from women who survived the massacre.

7 MIN2011 OCT 11
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The Women of Srebrenica

In Congo, No Words to Describe the Atrocities

When Congolese journalist Chouchou Namegabe first started reporting on sexual abuse in her country, the language didn't even have a word for "rape."

7 MIN2011 SEP 13
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In Congo, No Words to Describe the Atrocities

In Egypt, A Revolution of the Mind

In this week's podcast, Mona Eltahawy says Egyptians need to change the way they think about women's role in society

8 MIN2011 SEP 7
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In Egypt, A Revolution of the Mind

Gloria Steinem on the Use of Rape as a Weapon

As reports of Qaddafi soldiers raping women emerge from Libya, we talk to feminist Gloria Steinem about the root causes of sexual violence against women in times of conflict.

8 MIN2011 AUG 16
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Gloria Steinem on the Use of Rape as a Weapon

Sheryl WuDunn on The Greatest Moral Challenge of the Century

In this week's podcast, we speak to Sheryl WuDunn about the experiences that have turned her from detached journalist to impassioned champion for women and girls. Sheryl Wu Dunn’s latest book is Half The Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. She co-wrote it with her husband, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. The two will appear in a film based on the book that is being produced as part of ITVS's Women and Girls Lead initiative, of which Women, War & Peace is also a part.

9 MIN2011 AUG 11
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Sheryl WuDunn on The Greatest Moral Challenge of the Century

Do Women See Things That Men Don’t? An Interview with Wendy Lobwein

Imagine you're a young woman from a small village in Bosnia. You've witnessed horrors most people could never even imagine, and you've been asked to fly half way across the continent to testify before an international court. You may need some convincing, and certainly coaching.

11 MIN2011 AUG 3
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Do Women See Things That Men Don’t? An Interview with Wendy Lobwein

Is the U.S. Troop Withdrawal Bad for Afghan Women? An interview with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

In Afghanistan, there are fears that the pending U.S. withdrawal of troops will leave a vacuum for the Taliban to regain control. This could have potentially catastrophic results for many civilians in Afghanistan, especially women and girls.

7 MIN2011 JUL 26
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Is the U.S. Troop Withdrawal Bad for Afghan Women? An interview with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

Women as Leaders in the U.S. Military: An Interview with Rear Admiral Wendi Carpenter

Juggling work and motherhood is always hard, but imagine if you were an admiral in the Navy.

9 MIN2011 JUL 13
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Women as Leaders in the U.S. Military: An Interview with Rear Admiral Wendi Carpenter

The Taliban Versus Women in Pakistan

Acclaimed Pakistani filmmaker and journalist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (Children of the Taliban) talks with us about the insidious tactics employed by the Taliban against women and children in Pakistan.

9 MIN2011 MAR 10
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The Taliban Versus Women in Pakistan

Latest Episodes

An Update from La Toma

With sky-rocketing gold prices, gold fever has hit Colombia, a country rich in mineral deposits, and a torrent of mining companies is sweeping across the country. But many of the areas they want to mine are the same ones where traditional miners have been mining for generations.

9 MIN2011 NOV 2
Comments
An Update from La Toma

The Women of Srebrenica

In this week's podcast, Executive Producer Pamela Hogan speaks with Selma Leydesdorff, who just released a collection of oral histories from women who survived the massacre.

7 MIN2011 OCT 11
Comments
The Women of Srebrenica

In Congo, No Words to Describe the Atrocities

When Congolese journalist Chouchou Namegabe first started reporting on sexual abuse in her country, the language didn't even have a word for "rape."

7 MIN2011 SEP 13
Comments
In Congo, No Words to Describe the Atrocities

In Egypt, A Revolution of the Mind

In this week's podcast, Mona Eltahawy says Egyptians need to change the way they think about women's role in society

8 MIN2011 SEP 7
Comments
In Egypt, A Revolution of the Mind

Gloria Steinem on the Use of Rape as a Weapon

As reports of Qaddafi soldiers raping women emerge from Libya, we talk to feminist Gloria Steinem about the root causes of sexual violence against women in times of conflict.

8 MIN2011 AUG 16
Comments
Gloria Steinem on the Use of Rape as a Weapon

Sheryl WuDunn on The Greatest Moral Challenge of the Century

In this week's podcast, we speak to Sheryl WuDunn about the experiences that have turned her from detached journalist to impassioned champion for women and girls. Sheryl Wu Dunn’s latest book is Half The Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. She co-wrote it with her husband, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof. The two will appear in a film based on the book that is being produced as part of ITVS's Women and Girls Lead initiative, of which Women, War & Peace is also a part.

9 MIN2011 AUG 11
Comments
Sheryl WuDunn on The Greatest Moral Challenge of the Century

Do Women See Things That Men Don’t? An Interview with Wendy Lobwein

Imagine you're a young woman from a small village in Bosnia. You've witnessed horrors most people could never even imagine, and you've been asked to fly half way across the continent to testify before an international court. You may need some convincing, and certainly coaching.

11 MIN2011 AUG 3
Comments
Do Women See Things That Men Don’t? An Interview with Wendy Lobwein

Is the U.S. Troop Withdrawal Bad for Afghan Women? An interview with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

In Afghanistan, there are fears that the pending U.S. withdrawal of troops will leave a vacuum for the Taliban to regain control. This could have potentially catastrophic results for many civilians in Afghanistan, especially women and girls.

7 MIN2011 JUL 26
Comments
Is the U.S. Troop Withdrawal Bad for Afghan Women? An interview with Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

Women as Leaders in the U.S. Military: An Interview with Rear Admiral Wendi Carpenter

Juggling work and motherhood is always hard, but imagine if you were an admiral in the Navy.

9 MIN2011 JUL 13
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Women as Leaders in the U.S. Military: An Interview with Rear Admiral Wendi Carpenter

The Taliban Versus Women in Pakistan

Acclaimed Pakistani filmmaker and journalist Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy (Children of the Taliban) talks with us about the insidious tactics employed by the Taliban against women and children in Pakistan.

9 MIN2011 MAR 10
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The Taliban Versus Women in Pakistan

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