We often think of the world of national security as a global geo-strategic chess game, far removed from everyday concerns such as those concerning women.  That view is incorrect.  There is a strong and significant relationship between the security of women and the security of the states in which they live.  This talk will explore the many dimensions of that relationship, from food security to economic development, from demographics to conflict, from governance to health.

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