Where can you go to see Hillary Clinton moderate a debate on the worrying rise of “strong men” world leaders, hear Viola Davis speak about growing up in poverty and ending up on Hollywood’s A-list, or find out how the charismatic 11-year-old activist Naomi Wadler, and her Gen-Z cohort, want to change the world? Tina Brown’s Women In The World summit kicks off in New York today and promises three days of dynamic debate, groundbreaking conversation and inspiring keynote speakers (Meryl Streep, Christine Lagarde and Queen Rania of Jordan have all appeared in previous years).
The summit is put together by Brown, the legendary magazine editor who helmed Tatler in the ’80s, then revitalised Vanity Fair before going to The New Yorker. Her aim was to give voice to the many incredible, impassioned, campaigning women she met in the human rights arena.
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