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Riz Khan
Life after presidency
Michelle Bachelet, Chile's former president, explains her new role in global politics post-presidency.
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2011 14:08 GMT

We talk to Michelle Bachelet, the former Chilean president, about her legacy and life after leadership.

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Bachelet was the first female leader of her country who is now looking to better the lives of women around the world as the first head of the UN super-agency for women, UN Women, that launches this month.
 
She will tell us about the challenges of her new role and how she hopes to use her political experience to push for gender equality worldwide.
 
This episode of Riz Khan airs from Thursday, January 13, at 1930GMT, with repeats airing the next day at 0430GMT, 0830GMT and 1430GMT.

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