[podcast] Development justice is the bedrock for gender justice, food sovereignty and global peace

This Podcast features Azra Talat Sayeed, a globally recognised political activist and actively involved with advancing women’s and peasant rights. She has made important contributions to achieving gender justice and building peasant movements not only in Pakistan but also in Asia Pacific and worldwide. Azra Sayeed is the founder and Executive Director of Roots for Equity, a Karachi-based organisation that works with the most vulnerable and marginalized communities that include small and landless farmers, women and religious minorities. She is the Chairperson of Asia Pacific Research Network (APRN) as well as of the International Women's Alliance, which is a grassroots alliance of women’s organizations, networks and individuals working to advance the global anti-imperialist, and progressive women’s movement. She has also served as Vice Chairperson of The International League of Peoples Struggle.

She is in conversation with Sumita Thapar, CNS Special Correspondent and development communication professional, who is among those journalists who will be onsite at the upcoming Women Deliver 2023 in Kigali, Rwanda. 

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CNS team