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Women in Politics

Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and former Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme) Public Lecture; co-sponsored with the Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies and the Cambridge Intellectual Forum
When Nov 24, 2017
from 04:00 PM to 06:30 PM
Where Jesus College, University of Cambridge
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Contact Phone 01223 761737
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This event begins at 4pm with a talk on ‘Gender in Politics’ and is followed at 5pm by a screening of the film ‘My Year with Helen’. This short film gives a closely observed view of Helen’s bid for the top job. The cameras follow Helen Clark campaigning for Secretary-General while also carrying out her work as Administrator of the UNDP, filming Clark in Botswana, Britain, Spain and Ukraine as well as the UN’s New York headquarters.

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