Bandana Rana

Live now: Scaling the summit for women’s rights

RT @AnneCalteux: Honoured to speak at @kapulectures @uni_lu alongside inspiring gender equality activist @bandanarana2014 on how to empower…

I was working in the #media, but didn't know how important media was in tapping potential to bring transformative change. #KAPTalks

The Beijing conference was another turning point for me. So many women of all races & religions, they were all push… https://t.co/aHwIK7wTCI

Unfortunately, still today intimate partner violence is prevalent and almost 1 in 3 women experience it at some poi… https://t.co/7FpcCMPtbs

Me, along with 7 other women, started @Saathi_Nepal to address domestic violence. Domestic violence was not somethi… https://t.co/ptuNVBNzpJ

I interviewed women in rural Nepal, and many of them had stories of domestic abuse at home. This was the place that… https://t.co/rl0a4AIW0r

That's when I knew I wanted to work at home to help other #women find their voice. Although not everyone at home w… https://t.co/0yR9nEheJG

I was someone with a supportive family and a good education. If *I* was just learning this, how many other women on… https://t.co/yhmNX8KmV6

I had been trained to just follow what people said. During a fellowship abroad, I learned that I could have my own… https://t.co/GCEgstLySG

I started a job in TV journalism. I had lived a sheltered life, and many people thought I would find it difficult -… https://t.co/v8SF64HNhu

I was born into a culture where I was expected to be quiet. I married at 17, had my first child at 18. I have no re… https://t.co/Ibir2UgxLI

"Today we're going to talk about scaling the mountain of human rights." We're live now with Bandana Rana. Tune in t… https://t.co/GuQsxb2rBw

We're about to start our #KAPTalks with Bandana Rana (live! with covid precautions of course) You can still join… https://t.co/zldqp7W3Tj

RT @bandanarana2014: https://t.co/Q0bQJjEW62 was happy to talk to https://t.co/ew62kzCs4T

Today: Join us live online for #KAPTalks w/ @bandanarana2014 & ask her your Q's via #KAPTalks. Register:… https://t.co/CIWaY67SvV

"Laws help, but laws alone are not enough. Because if you have an embedded, strong mindset, no matter how good the… https://t.co/Qwoeb4jgK0

We're excited to welcome Bandana Rana to our #KAPTalks roster this week! Tune in tomorrow as she talks about the wo… https://t.co/rcrDdj6EtC

For many #women in Nepal, deeply embedded patriarchal values and gender norms make it difficult to find their voice… https://t.co/G1vBmVa2Gn

And in today's "#data matters in fighting #climatechange" ... From our @UNEP colleagues: https://t.co/mkSeYhs9cx

#data matters, especially in fighting #climatechange It allows us to set detailed targets, track results, & presen… https://t.co/oqUa8pySSS

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