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1997/1998 Eudine Barriteau
Director of the Centre for Gender and Development Studies at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. 
LECTURE: "Are Caribbean Women Taking Over? Contradictions for Women in Caribbean Society"
COURSE: "Women Leaders as Catalysts for Change"

Read an Article about Eudine Barriteau here. 


1998/1999 Peggy Antrobus
Co-founder and past Executive Director of DAWN (Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era)
LECTURE: "Women's Leadership: Catalysts for Change"
COURSE: "Women Organizing Globally from Mexico City to Beijing and Beyond"

Read an article about Peggy Antrobus here.


1999/2000 Nighat Said Khan
Founding member Women's Action Forum, founding member and current Dean of Studies, Institute of Women's Studies, Lahore
LECTURE: "Women's Human Rights, Women versus the State: Women's Action Forum and the Women's Movement in Pakistan."  
COURSE: "Women Versus the State, The Pakistani Women's Movement, Implications for the Global Women's Movement"

Read an Article about Nighat Said Khan here.



2000/2001 Bisi Adelyemi-Fayemi
Past Director of Akina Mama wa Africa and Founder and Director of the African Women's Development Fund
LECTURE: "Creating and Sustaining Feminist Space in Africa: Local-Global Challenges in the 21st Century"
COURSE: "Feminist Leadership Development in the African Women's Movement"

Read an Article about Bisi Adelyemi-Fayemi here.


2001/2002 Moema Vizzier
Founder and past Director of Redeh Mulher de Educação (Women's Education Network) in Brazil and author of Let Me Speak!: Testimony of Domtila, published in 60 editions and translated into 14 languages.
LECTURE: "Transformative Learning for Transformative Leadership: A learning experience with peasant and gatherer women in Brazil"

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