Violence against women just isn’t an American problem. Women are being abused, violated, and denied basic human rights all over the world. Women representing countries from all over the globe were in attendance at the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Women to talk about the issues affecting women where they come from, learn from each other, and bring home new strategies to help and empower the women in their communities.
Here’s a peek into their experiences at the conference!
Senior Magistrate, Asha K. Ramlal from the Department of Justice Republic of South Africa Magistrates Commission and National Coordinator: Thuthuzela Care Centres Sexual Offenses and Community Affair Unit, Ms. Pumeza Mafani, speak of the challenges their country faces and the best practices they hope to learn at International Women’s Day.
Delegates from South Africa, Bahrain, Pakistan and Afghanistan, speak of the challenges their country faces and the best practices they hope to learn at International Women’s Day
Videos courtesy of: Avon
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