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Maori to the Valley
What does it take to be a founder? This program will nurture and develop students who exhibit potential as leaders and are striving to become future entrepreneurs. We provide mentors, inspiration, and resources in a variety of fields. A mix of online and offline content will prep students for a journey from their communities in New Zealand to Silicon Valley, a global hub of innovation.

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(August 2016) International Women's Health and Human Rights
This course provides an overview of women's health and human rights, beginning in infancy and childhood, then moving through adolescence, reproductive years and aging. We consider economic, social, political and human rights factors, and the challenges women face in maintaining health and managing their lives in the face of societal pressures and obstacles. We focus on critical issues, namely those that may mean life or death to a woman, depending on whether she can exercise her human rights. These critical issues include: being born female and discrimination; poverty; unequal access to education, food, paid work and health care; and various forms of violence. Topics discussed include son preference, education, HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, violence in the home and in war and refugee circumstances, women's work, sex trafficking, and aging.

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