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Success Story: Armenian Partnership Navigates Path to Women's Empowerment

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Success Story: Armenian Partnership Navigates Path to Women's Empowerment

December 30, 1899

​Arizona State University and Yerevan State University (YSU) have partnered to develop YSU’s capacity to deliver women’s leadership education and enhance the quality of information regarding women’s leadership and gender issues available to students, faculty, and the local community in Armenia. Although promoting gender equality and female empowerment are part of Armenia’s development goals, revamping curricula and planning a master’s degree program in women’s and gender studies have not been without challenges.

Read the success story to learn how a partnership-developed Center for Gender and Leadership Studies is helping students, faculty members, and communities.

 

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