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Breaking The Silence
ended
May
19
19 May 2015 (Tue) | 19:00 - 21:00
Training Room 2

96 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187967 (SCWO)


In Singapore, less than one quarter of women experiencing violence reported their most recent incident of abuse to the police. The hesitation to speak about violence stems from a number of myths and misconceptions. Join us as social workers and survivors break the silence and share their experiences and narratives.

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Redefining Narratives: Child's Play
ended
May
26
26 May 2015 (Tue) | 19:00 - 21:00
1 Marina Blvd

Level 22, Singapore 018989 (Microsoft)


Video Games have been under scrutiny for normalising gender based violence and inequality within the global community. Join us this month as one of our inspiring Girls2Pioneers ambassadors, Emiko Iwasaki, shares a behind the scenes perspective of women in gaming. Come find out more about encouraging female voices within the gaming industry to effectively combat gender stereotypes.

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'Pink Saris' Film Screening and Discussion
ended
May
27
27 May 2015 (Wed) | 19:00 - 21:00
2 One-North Gateway

3W Amphi (62), Level 3
Singapore 138502 (Essec Asia Pacific Business School)


Join us for the screening of Pink Saris, a film showcasing Sampat Pal, the inspiring woman who started her own 'Pink Gang' to help bring justice for women experiencing violence in the villages of Uttar Pradesh, India.

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Book Club: 'The Left Hand of Darkness'
ended
May
28
28 May 2015 (Thu) | 19:00 - 20:30
50 Geylang East Avenue 1

Activity Room, Singapore 389777 (Geylang Public Library)


Join us this May for a discussion of ‘The Left Hand of Darkness’, a science fiction novel exploring the journey of a lone human emissary on a planet whose inhabitants can choose - and change - their gender. While completing his mission, the human emissary befriends a native of the planet, raising several questions about the subjective nature of gender and gender roles and their consequent effect on society.

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Style it Forward - May Collection Drive
ended
May
31
29,30,31 May 2015 |
The Hilton Hotel

The Hilton Hotel - Atrium (Level 2)
581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883


Donate your pre-loved fashion at Style it Forward, Club 21 Cares collection drive. Help Singapore Committee for UN Women advocate against gender-based violence. Accessories are also very welcome.

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