Sunday, September 15, 2019

New eBook on Women's Leadership!

Exciting news, our Buenos Aires-based Partner, the Global Network of UNESCO Chairs on Gender, has published a new eBook on women's leadership! 

Below is the message of Gloria Bonder, who heads up the Global Network, about this volume that contains 16 articles in English as well as 22 articles in Spanish -- her message includes the link to the full eBook. 

This is the latest eBook in this series. For easy reference, the titles and links for the first two eBooks of the Global Network are as follows: Gender perspectives in case studies across continents (Editors: Gloria Bonder & Brenda Gael McSweeney) and Gender Perspectives in Case Studies Across Continents: Volume II (Edited by Brenda Gael McSweeney); a first eBook, of our UNESCO/UNITWIN Network, is called Another Side of India: Gender, Culture and Development.


We are pleased to present you the third eBook of the Global Network of UNESCO Chairs on Gender, The time for women’s leadership, compilated and edited by Araceli Alonso and Teresa Langle de Paz, both coordinators of the UNESCO Chair in Gender, Wellbeing & Culture of Peace at University of Wisconsin-Madison. This publication addresses a specially relevant subject of the research field within Gender Theory and current cultural practices and politics: women and leaderships. It comprises of essays from numerous countries and regions (Kenya, India, Spain and Latin American). Among them articles prepared by coordinators of UNESCO Chairs on Gender. This production has been possible thanks to the commitment and the significant academic competence of Professors Teresa Langle and Araceli Alonso.   
                                                                                                                              Kind regards,                                                                                        Gloria Bonder

Saturday, September 7, 2019

Chandler Pond Fall Festival: Visit a Women's Heritage Trail Monument!

You are invited! Chandler Pond Fall Festival: Visit a Women's Heritage Trail Monument!

Date: September 14, 2019, 12-3PM
Rain Date: September 15, 2019, 12-3PM
Where: By the path between Lake Shore Road and Kenrick Street, Brighton, MA

Sponsors: Brighton-Allston Historical Society, a UNESCO/UNITWIN Network Affiliate; Friends of Chandler Pond; Brighton Main Streets

Alice Gallagher is honored along Chandler Pond as the first woman in Boston's history to have a park, street, or playground named in her memory. She features in the Brighton-Allston Historical Society's Women of Vision - Brighton-Allston Women's Heritage Trail Guide. You may view the guide at the BAHS website.