DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS

2014 Domestic Violence Awareness / Immigration Conference

 

The Newcomer, the Insulted, the Injured:
Ethics for an Age of Reparation

Wednesday, October, 22nd, 2014
11:00am - 4:00pm

Gold Room, Rayburn House Office Building
U.S. Congress, Washington, D.C.

 

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Photos from the conference

 

World Movement for Democracy, "I Was Not Alone",

a Pakistani Activists's Journey for Change

 

In I Was Not Alone, Pakistani activist Fouzia Saeed tells the story of working women’s struggle to secure their rights in Pakistan. Forming the AASHA (An Alliance against sexual harassment at the workplace) Movement, she and hundreds of others challenged a nation’s behavior towards working women. The Movement led the whole country to stand together against sexual harassment at the workplace, resulting in passage of landmark legislation for the protection of women’s rights. - See more at: http://www.wmd.org/iwasnotalone

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