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ISA Women's Caucus Updates

This summer, ISA Women's Caucus was proud to support the inaugural meeting of its sister group, MulheRIs, at the annual meeting of the Brazilian Association for International Relations. Ana Mauad and Mariana Kalil, graduate student members of WCIS, created this new group. Mary K. Meyer McAleese, one of the founders and a former chair of WCIS, traveled to Brazil in support of the inaugural meeting of MulheRIs. We hope other regions/ countries will create their own support networks!

If you are interested in keeping up to date on our member’s activities as well as participate in various ongoing conversations and coordinating with various members around the globe, there are several ways to keep in touch: You can follow us on Twitter (@WCIS_ISA), join our Facebook group (, or request membership to our Google Group!forum/wcis_isa). For further information, please contact Christina Fattore, WCIS Communication Chair (

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Cynthia H. Enloe
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 1:49 PM
HOOOORAY for the wonderful, energetic, smart Brazilian women who have launched MulheRIs! YOu'll make Brazilian IR more insightful. You'll make us all smarter.
Good luck!

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