See our complete lineup of events for the third annual Women in the World Summit.
At the first night of the 2012 Women in the World summit, panel discussions ranged from forced marriage to the U.S.’s role in ending Syrian bloodshed. Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright called on the White House to take a stand against Bashar al-Assad’s violent regime and Angelina Jolie shared the story of Dr. Hawa Abdi, a Somalian obstetrician nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for saving the lives of thousands of refugees at a medical camp now controlled by militants. And International Monetary Fund chief Christine Legarde proposed solutions for fixing the global economy.
Catch up on all the panels and events with photo, video, and blog highlights from day one of the summit.
They're starting revolutions, opening schools, and fostering a brave new generation. From Detroit to Kabul, these women are making their voices heard.
Watch the best moments from our third annual Women in the World Summit, from Leymah Gbowee to Amy Chua.
When Sabatina James refused an arranged marriage, she sparked a violent war within her family—and a threat on her life. As told to Abigail Pesta.