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Inside the Middle East Q&A: Tawakkol Karman on Women’s Voice in the Arab Spring and Yemen’s Future

December 14, 2016

Excerpt from a November 14 installment of the “Inside the Middle East" Q&A Series, with Tawakkol Karman, Yemeni Activist and 2011 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, on women's role in Yemen's 2011 Revolution (of which she was a leading voice) and her hopes for the future of Yemen amidst the mixed results of the Arab Spring.

Watch the clip from the interview with Ms. Karman, conducted by Blaire Byg, an Editor at the Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics and Policy and M.A. candidate with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard, here:

Listen to the full interview below:

This series is presented in conjunction with the Harvard Journal for Middle Eastern Politics and Policy (JMEPP). For more about JMEPP, click here.

Ms. Karman's visit to Harvard Kennedy School was part of a visiting fellowship with the Future of Diplomacy Project at the Belfer Center.

For more information on this publication: Please contact Middle East Initiative
For Academic Citation:Inside the Middle East Q&A: Tawakkol Karman on Women’s Voice in the Arab Spring and Yemen’s Future.” News, , December 14, 2016.