Fowler OutSpoken Conversation: Human Rights for Afghan Women

Two distinguished speakers grant an insight into the current situation for Afghan women in their county.

On Wednesday, April 25, 2012, Nushin Arbabzadah (pictured right), research scholar at UCLA’s Center for the Study of Women and an author, journalist, analyst and translator, and Brad Adams (pictured left), executive director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia Division since 2002, will discuss Afghan women’s rights since 2001, which was when the international community intervened in the country.

Adams elaborates on a newly released Human Rights Watch report on Afghan women and girls being imprisoned for “moral crime.” Together he and Arbabzadah will bring us up to date on the current state of rights for Afghan women.

Please join them before the talk from 6–7 pm for a light reception in our courtyard and a viewing of the related exhibition, Order and Disorder: Alighiero Boetti by Afghan Women.

This lecture program is generously supported by the Robert Lehman Foundation.

Fowler OutSpoken Conversation: Human Rights for Afghan Women

Fowler Museum at UCLA <<< go here for directions

North Campus, UCLA,

Los Angeles, CA 90095

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

7:00pm until 9:00pm


This event is free to the public.




Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek is a Los Angeles-based arts enthusiast with twenty-five years' experience covering International Film Festivals and reviewing new Theatre, Film and Restaurants.


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