The event is organised in collaboration with the International Gender Studies Centre based at Lady Margaret Hall and whose Patron is St Hugh’s alumna Aung San Suu Kyi (PPE 1964).
Sylvie Brieu’s new book portraying the voices of female activists in Myanmar will be available to discuss and purchase.
Sophie Marnette is Professor of Medieval French Studies, Fellow of Balliol College. A senior staff editor at the National Geographic Magazine in France, Sylvie Brieu has been covering cultural diversity issues and minority rights for almost 20 years.
Her recently published book, “When our voices rise: From the Andes to the Amazon, a journey through native lands” will be available.