United Against Harmful Practices – Zoom Webinar on June 13, 2020

I’m so excited and proud to announce a survivor’s presentation unlike any before! This is a Zoom Webinar which will take place on Saturday, June 13th at 11 AM PST / 2PM EST / 7 PM UK time and will feature survivors of forced marriage and child marriage who will speak their personal stories of the heartbreaking circumstances that led up to their human rights abuse, how they dealt with it and how they rose past it. This is not a presentation you want to miss as there are amazing speakers lined up.

Confirmed Speakers

Moderator: Jasvinder Sanghera, Founder of Karma Nirvana and Forced Marriage Survivor

  • Fraidy Reiss, Founder of Unchained At Last, and Forced Marriage Survivor
  • Davinder Kaur, Forced Marriage Survivor
  • Sara Tasneem, Child Marriage Survivor
  • Dawn Tyree, Child Marriage Survivor
  • Payzee Mahmod, Child Marriage Survivor and IKWRO Campaigner  

To see more info about the speakers, see Speaker Information

Please sign up ASAP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/united-against-harmful-practices-tickets-106806695702


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About luchanik

I love travel, and cruises, and exploring the world. I like taking pictures, and treasuring those memories. I also care about human rights.

2 responses to “United Against Harmful Practices – Zoom Webinar on June 13, 2020”

  1. Margaret Newbold says :

    We need to protect girls from being married before they are emotionally and physically ready and be free to choose their own path in life. To chase their own dreams and ambitions. To be a person not to be a baby machine and servant to a man old enough often to be their father or grandfather.
    Women should have equal opportunities and rights whatever part of the world they live, whatever their colour.

    • luchanik says :

      Thanks so much, Margaret for your comment. I completely agree. Women do deserve so much more, and most definitely the right to choose who, when and if they want to get married. It is so important to give girls the chance to have education first, then marriage only when she’s ready.

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