Mailha Chishti and Cheshmak Farhoumand-Sims draw on their worktraining Afghan women about the Convention on the Elimination ofAll Forms of Discrimination Against Women in a more optimisticessay which suggests that Western feminists can interact withAfghan feminists. They acknowledge the need for dialogue on mattersof religion but also candidly acknowledge the existence of a‘transnational feminist apparatus’ that is part of the ‘largerinternational apparatus.’ Their focus on the anodyne provisions ofthe convention obscures some of the challenges of transnationalfeminism. They mention but fail to explore UN Security CouncilResolution 1325 calling on nation-states to increase therepresentation of women in decision making. Post-invasionAfghanistan has duly followed this UN mandate just as it hasfollowed similar UN mandates on terrorism. The new constitutionreserves twenty-five percent of the seats in the lower house forwomen.
The Optimist Club of Menomonee Falls is encouraging area students to contemplate the phrase “Lead by Example: Realty or Fiction” as part of the Optimist International Essay Contest for 2016.
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WESTON — The Everest Area Optimist Club is encouraging local students to contemplate the phrase “Optimism Should be a Priority” as part of the Optimist International Essay Contest for 2015.