When: 4 October 2010, 2pm - 3pm.
Where: Stanford University, Wallenberg Hall
Organized by Stanford Center for Innovation and Communication
Co-organizer: Stanford Center for Design Research
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Speaker: Joumana Haddad, poet, editor-in-chief Jasad Magazine, author of "I Killed Sheherazade"
Panelists:Diana El-Azar, Director of Media, Entertainment and Information Industries, World Economic Forum. Kirsten Mogensen, Associate Professor in Journalism, Roskilde University. Esther Wojcicki, Journalist, Educator, Chairwoman Creative Commons
Moderator: David Nordfors, Founding Executive Director, Stanford Center for Innovation & Communication
The panel discussion will cover both the New Arab Woman, as well as under which circumstances she can develop. Woman activists in the Arab world are today enabled by the Internet, cell phones and other technologies. Which types of innovations enable the new Arab woman? Which are the forces that can support the innovation processes that enable her?
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