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Evening of powerful stories from WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

    Event
    Monday, November 27, 2017 - 18:30

    Evening of powerful stories from WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

    Peace Brigades International presents

    NEVERTHELESS, SHE PERSISTED - an evening of powerful stories from WOMEN HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

    Analysis developments in Colombia and Honduras, including attacks against activists in context of peace accords and elections.

    Guest speakers:

    ADRIANA BENJUMEA RUA – Director HUMANAS centre for feminist and political studies and action in Colombia and Latin America

    DINA MEZA – resident PEN Honduras, independent journalist advocate for freedom of expression

    KARI MARIANA MANCERA GOMEZ – Advocacy specialist, CAHUCOPANA, Colombian grassroots organization defending the rights of small scale farmers

    WHEN: Monday November 27th, 6:30pm

    WHERE:University of Toronto, Sidney Smith Hall Room 2098, 100 St George Street, Toronto

    Amnesty International will be present with information and actions.

    More info: direction@pbicanada.org,  Tel: 613 237 6968

     

    Cost: 
    FREE
    University of Toronto, Sidney Smith Hall Room 2098
    100 St George Street
    M5S 2E5 Toronto, Ontario
    Canada
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