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Cheryl Hanna: Connecting Gender Equality to Environmental Sustainability

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Cheryl Hanna, Professor of Law at the Vermont Law School, discusses violence against women in the context of both the United States and internationally and how human rights courts have been making the links to violence against women and gender equality. She discusses the direct and often unexplored implications for the environmental movement, including things like reproductive autonomy and population control, household energy security, and sustainable agriculture.

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