Discrimination, rape, and a justice system tilted against women are all facts of life for many women in countries all over the world. Diane and her guests focus on these problems in Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan; the ongoing work toward a change for the better; and the foreign policy implications of that work.


  • T. Kumar Advocacy director for Asia and the Pacific region at Amnesty International USA
  • Dr. Amna Buttar President and founder of the Asian-American Network Against Abuse of Women
  • Mukhtar Mai Pakistani rape survivor and human rights advocate

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