Global Conference 2018

The momentum that has been garnered in movements from #MeToo to #TimesUp promises to usher in a new era of gender equality, though progress remains difficult to measure and discussion surrounding these issues continues to be complex. Advocates, policymakers, and thought leaders will discuss what happens after the hashtags. How is society addressing women's rights as human rights, and incorporating men within this dialogue? What can this social revolution learn from the past about delivering transformational and lasting impact? How are cross-sector leaders turning these online words into real life action?

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Alex Witt

Anchor, MSNBC; Correspondent, NBC News


Ashley Judd

Actress, Humanitarian and Global Goodwill Ambassador for UNFPA

Kerry Kennedy

President, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights

Catharine MacKinnon

James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Author, "Sexual Harassment of Working Women" and "Butterfly Politics"

Stacy Smith

Founder and Director, Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, University of Southern California

Jurnee Smollett-Bell

Actress and Activist, Time’s Up X WOC

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