Remembering Benazir Bhutto: Lessons in Resilience, Democracy and Leadership

Join the Alumnae-i Network for Harvard Women (ANHW) Pakistan for a virtual discussion titled “Remembering Benazir Bhutto: Lessons in Resilience, Democracy, and Leadership” at 07.00 – 08.15 PM (PKT) / 02.00 – 03.15 PM (UTC) on December 12, 2020. The event will feature reflections from speakers who have either personally known Benazir or have studied and written about her life’s work. Attendees will then be able to join break-out groups to have a more intimate discussion with individual speakers.

The event will be moderated by Zainab Samantash and Natasha Jehangir Khan, both Advocates of the High Courts of Pakistan. Zainab is the Vice President of ANHW Pakistan. She obtained her LLB Honors degree, with First Class Distinction, from the University of London, and her LLM from Harvard Law School, where the focus of her study was Constitutional Law and Political Theory. She runs her law practice based out of Islamabad.

Natasha holds an LLM from University College London and a Masters in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School where she read as a Mid Career Mason Fellow and was one of the recipients of the Benazir Bhutto Leadership Fellowship. She carries 15 years of experience in constitutional, administrative and regulatory work. She has worked with the office of the Attorney General of Pakistan, the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, Japan International Cooperation Agency and the Asian Development Bank as a consultant advising the Federal Government of Pakistan.

To join, please register at [email protected]

Co-sponsors: Harvard Law School Women’s Law Association, ClassACT HR’73

Media Partners: Courting the Law

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