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Draw the line: Raising awareness of violence against women and girls

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On international day for the elimination of violence against women on 25 November, a public event will be held in Brussels to present the 'Draw the Line Against Violence Against Women and Girls' project. The event will be hosted by secular association AWSA-Be, which promotes the rights of women originating from the Arab world, in collaboration with the European Network of Migrant Women.

The event programme includes:

  • An exhibit of Hanane Khaldouni’s paintings showing violence committed against girls and women;
  • A roundtable with women experts and activists on migrant women’s rights;
  • A presentation of the Draw the line Against Violence Against Women and Girls platform which aims to raise awareness about sexual and gender-based violence;
  • An artistic performance entitled 'WORLD WIDE WOMEN', created by a group of asylum-seeker women from the Transe-en-Danse company.

The event is co-funded by the European Union's Europe for Citizens programme.

Practical information

Darna, Rue des Pierres 25/27, 1000 Bruxelles
European Network of Migrant Women & AWSA-Be
Posted by
Julie Minders
Country Coordinator

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