ACTIVITIES DURING THE 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM
Access to JusticeDecember 3, 20160 CommentsKituo Cha Sheria
The 16 days of Activism that started on the 25th of November 2016 is currently on -going and we have a lot more planned during this period.
As of right now we are working with very fun and interesting projects surrounding the 16 days of activism. We are also sharing two videos on rape # take a stand and “let’s set the record straight” The clip will feature an explanation on rape and going through different excuses on rape.
We will arrange the following activities during the 16 days of activism
First, we will have Radio talk shows on Jambo radio, Rueben radio and Ghetto radio on sexual gender based violence (SGBV) .The talk show will include guest speakers and Kituo staff talking on how SGBV affects girls’ education. (Specific dates: TBA)
International day for Persons living with Disabilities
In the interest of mainstreaming and including person with disabilities in our activities; Kituo will converge together with persons living with disabilities on the 9th of December at Mukuru Kwa Njenga to celebrate the international day for person with disabilities. The theme for the day is inclusion matters; access and empowerment for people of all abilities. The day will be celebrated under the Dutch Embassy as the projects targets person living with disabilities. In facilitating access to justice in eviction and sexual gender based violence matters.
Candle light Dinner with Survivors of S.G.B.V
The 14th of December will be the conclusion of the 16 days of activism for Kituo Cha Sheria. On this day we will have an evening candle lit dinner at Amber Hotel in Nairobi as the main event for the Sexual gender based violence survivors, guests and other stakeholders to appreciate and show our support with them.
Except for these community activities the blog will be updated every day on informative posts on SGBV and also documenting our activities during the 16 days of activism. And your activeness in our #IamAware challenge!
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