San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In conjunction with the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, we are offering an interactive panel discussion on human trafficking that you will not want to miss. The panel is preceded by a performance of Girl Be Heard, telling real-life stories of human trafficking with drama, song and dance.
Panelists are The Hon. Nana Oye Lithur, Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection of the Republic of Ghana; Ms. Jessica Greer Morris, Executive Director, Girl Be Heard; Ms. Linda Oalican, Co-founder, Damayan Migrant Workers Association; Dr. Pam Rajput, Chairperson of the Government of India’s High Level Committee on the Status of Women; Ms. Deborah S. Sigmund, Founder/Director, Innocents at Risk; and Ms. Melanie Thompson, Performer/Writer, Girl Be Heard. Academy Award-winning actress Ms. Mira Sorvino, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Goodwill Ambassador to Combat Human Trafficking, has been invited to participate on the panel. The panel’s moderator will be Janelle T. Marshall, Esq.
A reception follows.
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L.O.V.E. Task Force on Non-Violent Living
This presentation is part of the L.O.V.E. series, “Non-violent Living: Made in the Image of God,” which covers the myriad forms of interpersonal violence, prejudice and oppression, especially violence against women and children world-wide. The L.O.V.E. Task Force seeks to promote a gentle and mutual sharing of our Creator’s call in non-violent actions for life in abundance while providing justice and inclusion for all. Founded and facilitated by The Rev. Dr. Victoria Jeanne Rollins, The L.O.V.E. Task Force on Non-Violent Living reaches across religious and secular dimensions towards an embracing, interdisciplinary community approach to ending all forms of interpersonal violence.