It will be held Tuesday, March 19, at 4 p.m. in the Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House.
Her talk is titled “Women’s Human Rights Globally: A Retrospective 20 Years After the UN World Conferences in Vienna, Cairo, and Beijing.”
For four decades, Bunch has been a leading activist, author and organizer in the women’s, civil and human rights movements. She has been a key player in the global campaign to eradicate violence against women and in feminist organizing around the UN World Conferences on Women. Bunch’s accolades include her induction into the U.S. National Women’s Hall of Fame, the White House Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights and her selection as one of “1000 Women Peace-makers” nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005.
The annual Duncan Women’s History Lecture is supported by UNCG/Woman’s College alumna Peggy Duncan Jeens, a 1959 history graduate who became an award-winning history teacher. This year’s lecture is sponsored by the UNCG Department of History, the UNCG Women’s and Gender Studies Program, and the UNCG International and Global Studies Program.