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Are you a member of an ethno-cultural group or are you an immigrant or refugee living in Waterloo Region? Are you interested in networking, exchanging experiences and exploring how to strengthen social connectedness across Waterloo Region’s ethno-cultural communities?
Join us on Saturday, November 3rd 11am-3pm at KPL Room D+E (85 Queen St. N. Kitchener) Map. Lunch will be provided.
Registration for this event is required. If you have questions about accessibility, if you need accommodation or language interpretation, please contact Diana Palmerin firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1–519–575–4757;ext=3163
Wazhma Frogh is a human rights lawyer, peacemaker, and women’s rights activist from Afghanistan. She has recently moved to KW from Afghanistan.
In this Tea-and-Talk, Frogh will discuss her experiences challenging gender-based violence in Afghanistan. Among her work, Wazhma has highlighted the role women play in preventing extremism and violence, improved the situation of women working in security forces, and prosecuted perpetrators of sexual abuse and violence.
A free lunch will be served at this event.