The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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I had the opportunity to interview her on March 6th for the Big Vision Podcast, and have included an edited transcript of the interview below. I think it's worth it (: Kavita Ramdas: The Global Fund for Women is the largest independent, publicly supported grant-making foundation to advance women's human rights internationally. I think my favorite example of that is a women's group from the highlands of Bolivia who wrote to us maybe seven or eight years ago.

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Women's Global Green Action Network: An Interview with Melinda Kramer

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From her Berkeley-based office, Melinda Kramer facilitates an international network of women leaders. Below is a transcript of an interview with her from the Big Vision Podcast. Melinda Kramer: Women's Global Green Action Network is an international organization that is linking and empowering women working in environmental sustainability around the world. So our first exchange that we did with Global Exchange was called "Transformative Advocacy in Bolivia."

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Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

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I had an opportunity to interview Paola for the Big Vision Podcast, and wanted to share the transcript with you. And, at a time when the international women's movement is facing challenges, it would be great to have a reminder that good news is going on, that good work is being done, that progress is happening. I went to 15 countries on five continents, and interviewed and photographed 129 women. I don't believe in doing interviews as the Spanish Inquisition.

Bringing Women a Global Voice: Jensine Larsen, World Pulse

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You can listen to my interview with Jensine on the Big Vision Podcast website, or on iTunes. I actually started out with International Studies, and more academic. A woman journalist from Sudan had her story about the flogging of a woman who was wearing pants get picked up, and it made international headlines. You can just go on there and you can be talking immediately to women in Bolivia, and in Nepal, and drawing strength, courage, and support from them, and vice versa.

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