Originally published in Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

“Harmful Gender Practices: Are They Only A Challenge for the Poor?”

Dr. Dina El Naggar
Senior Communications Officer
Office of Integrity Vice Presidency
The World Bank
Thursday, Nov. 3
9:30 - 11:45 a.m.
3800 Posvar Hall

Dina El Naggar is a Senior Communications Officer at the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency. The World Bank Group's integrity mission is designed to detect, investigate, sanction, and prevent fraud and corruption in Bank-financed projects. Prior to joining the World Bank, she was a project manager with UNDP managing projects in the environment and child rights sectors. She designed and managed the implementation of Egypt's national campaign against female genital mutilation and the social marketing campaign "Think Twice," targeting hazardous behavior among adolescents.  She also worked as Technical Advisor to DANIDA-funded environmental projects in Egypt, as well as a consultant for a number of international organizations in the environment, child rights, and health sectors.

Co-sponsored by
GSPIA Career Services Office
Global Studies Center, UCIS

Ford Institute for Human Security
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