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Oxford Women's Leadership Symposium to discuss "Abuse of Women and #Me Too" besides other issue'
One on the most attended event on women issues - Oxford Women's Leadership Symposium - is going to be held from 31st July to 2nd August at the Green Templeton College of Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom.

In the symposium, besides the keynote addresses, panel discussions are held along with presentations of research papers, posters, reports, and commentaries concerning aspects relevant to the theory and practice of women's, gender and justice issues.

Due to the popularity of the symposium, its summer and winter Sessions are held every year. In December, the symposium will be held on the 4th-6th of the month at Somerville College in the University of Oxford.

Topics include but are not limited to the following aspects. The topics of gender issues could be:  Gender and History; Gender and the Environment; Gender Equity; Gender, Sexuality, and Identity; Politics of Gender in Transnational Contexts; Gender Studies, Economics of Gender, etc.

Women's issues topics would be such as: Women and Athletics; Women and Media Studies; Women and Social Justice: A Dilemma; Women and the Media; Women at Work: Women Executives and Company Boards; Women in the Military: Motherhood, War and Veterans; Women in the University: Benefits and Barriers; Women's Education and Population Growth; Women's Health; Women's Health, Politics and the Child; Women's Leadership Development; Women's Rights and the Law; Culture and Women's Progress; Abuse of Women and #Me Too, etc.

Some other allied topics included are: Child Marriage and Girls' Rights; Feminist Biology; Glass Ceilings in the Workplace; Market Limitations on Women's Career; Politics of Abortion; The Future of Feminism, and many more of one's choice.

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