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- Women are at the forefront of the demonstrations in Iran—which might just make the protests more successful. Movements that heavily feature women, says @z_marks, are also more likely to lead to defections among both members and supporters of a regime. t.co/vvEj0hwyQM
In our NEW podcast episode, athletes & scholars discuss player activism at #FIFAWorldCup in #Qatar2022 and pros/cons of "sportswashing." Global Sports Fellows Justin Morrow & Susie Petruccelli share their fight for equity with Isabel Jijón & Ted Gilman. t.co/wd6WxpvaqO t.co/RIdxubc7oX
- Psychologist and conflict-resolution specialist @drdonnahicks says when it comes to conflict, humans are born into a paradox. But, she says, we can find our way out. On the podcast: t.co/mvjWjlGC5y #dignity #conflict @HarvardWCFIA t.co/vBDI1R1ckd