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MSC Presents Her Justice Workshop
starts
Oct
25
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 | 19:00-20:30
Singapore Council of Women's Organizations

96 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187967


Singapore Committee for UN Women in partnership with SCWO presents MSC Presents Her Justice Workshop. Join us to learn more about your legal rights from professional lawyers, with a special focus on migrant spouses and divorce in Singapore

 

Starts in 7 days


Film Screening and Discussion - Anatomy of Violence
starts
Nov
25
Saturday 25 November | 6pm - 9pm
INSEAD Asia Campus

 1 Ayer Rajah Avenue, 138676


Anatomy of Violence is a Canadian drama film which premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Toronto-based filmmaker Deepa Mehta, the film explores the root causes leading up to the 2012 Delhi gang rape incident, including the rigidity of India's caste system, poverty and social values that breed and support misogyny. Join us in bringing the voices of survivors from the margins to the mainstream, understanding the societal attitudes that contribute to inequality and pledging to never condone violence against women.

Starts in 38 days


Singapore Committee for UN Women 16 Days of Activism: Film Screening of He Named Me Malala
starts
Nov
27
27 November 2017 | 19:00 to 21:00
The Hive @ Kallang

Vanguard Campus, Level 6, Unit 06-01, 1 Kallang Junction, 339263


Singapore Committee for UN Women, in collaboration with the Malala Fund and the Hive, invite you to celebrate the right to education for girls with us at the screening of the film “He Named Me Malala” on the 27th November 2017 from 7 to 9:30 pm, as part of the 16 Days of Activism. The screening will be followed by an interactive discussion.

Starts in 40 days


16 Days of Activism - re:ACT 2017
starts
Nov
29
29th and 30th November 2017 | 19:00 to 21:30
National Youth Corps The Red Box

113 Somerset Rd, Singapore 238165


Singapore Committee for UN Women in partnership with InwardBOUND, is proud to present Re:ACT 2017 as a part of the global campaign 16 Days of Activism. Re:ACT 2017 provides the platform for youth advocates to represent key gender equality issues in today's world. 

 

 

 

Starts in 42 days


Film Screening and Discussion - Water
starts
Dec
10
Sunday 10 December | 6pm - 9pm
The Hive @ Kallang

Vanguard Campus, Level 6, Unit 06-01, 1 Kallang Junction, 339263


In 1938, Gandhi's party is making inroads in women's rights. Chuyia, a child already married but living with her parents, becomes a widow. By tradition, she is unceremoniously left at a bare and impoverished widows' ashram, beside the Ganges during monsoon season. The ashram's leader pimps out Kalyani, a young and beautiful widow, for household funds. Narayan, a follower of Gandhi, falls in love with her. Can she break with tradition and religious teaching to marry him? The ashram's moral center is Shakuntala, deeply religious but conflicted about her fate. Can she protect Kalyani or Chuyia? Amid all this water, is rebirth possible or does tradition drown all?

Starts in 53 days

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