‘Half the Sky’ written by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist couple Nicholas A Kistof & Sheryl WuDunn
at the Australian Human Rights Centre , Law Faculty University of NSW.
child prostitution, rape, genital circumcision, killing of girl babies, killing and disfiguring women – the powerless.
A young doctor working for medecins sans frontieres in Papua New Guinea told of the rape and beating of approx 80% of all girls in PNG.
A young social worker talking of the courage of indigenous mothers fighting rape and child abuse in indigenous communities.
And the passionate Jennie Orchard talking about Room to Read – www.roomtoread.org
bringing hope and empowerment to girls in poverty through school scholarships.
and the courage of these girls who work, are abused, walk for hours to get to a school so they can have a future.
The courage of mothers and women who survive and build towards a future for their children and other women.
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Thankyou to talented photographer Diane MacDonald for her organisation.
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