Empowering Half the World: Strengthening Women's Economic Wellbeing

All studies show that when money is put in the hands of women, families are taken care of. How do we make this happen? Are there business models that work for the poor? And what can we do to bring women into the political, economic, and social mainstream? Beth A. Brooke, Jacqueline Novogratz, Helene D. Gayle and Bonnie McElveen-Hunter discuss with moderator Jane Wales

Festival: 2008

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