Two Special Events:
Ending Violence Against Women: Pathways to Power, Resilience & Leadership
A Panel discussion led by Ann Fleck-Henderson, Simmons College of Social Work, Emerita.
Purnima Mane, CEO and President, Pathfinder International
Audrey Porter, Assistant Program Director and Coordinator of Survivor Services, My Life, My Choice
Ayanna Pressley, City Councillor At-Large, City of Boston
7:30-9:30 am at Simmons College, 300 The Fenway, Linda K. Paresky Conference Center
Suggested donation: $6 (includes light continental breakfast)
RSVP by March 5
End Impunity for Sexual Violence Against Women and Girls
This conference includes panel discussions with lawmakers, law enforcement officers, academics and human rights activists as well as a screening of the short documentary film “Opium Brides.” The event is co-sponsored by Promote Congo, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing human rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with Suffolk University Law School, Victim Rights Law Center, and Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights.
5:00-7:30 pm at Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington St., Boston.
Free. Part of the Partners in Public Dialogue Program