Women and inclusive leadership: a conversation with Rehana Khan Parker

Rehana is based in South Africa. She has a sound experience in Litigation, Public Interest Law, International Law. South Africa is an unequal society and she serves its disparate communities by providing access to Justice in rural and urban areas. Founder of several NGO’s /Trusts. Currently serves on the WC Provincial Council of the Legal Practice Council. Past chairperson of Black Lawyers Association Western Cape. A trained mediator and arbitrator . Holds a BPRoc degree majored in Politics and Comparative African Government and Law. Holds Advanced Diploma in Labour Law and a certificate in Medical Negligence. Director of -Women in Law WOZA (PTY) Ltd. Director of Women in Law & Leadership Academy. Networks with The Law Society (UK),The Women in Law Pakistan Initiative ,Women in Law Austria; writes for a blog African Women in Law. Committed to the advancement of women, creates awareness of gender and diversity imbalances and provide education to women to enable them to take their seat at a table. The conversation will focus on violence, discrimination and impact on rights amongst other things.

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