Join us on March 18th with the Permanent Mission of Sri Lanka to the United Nations and NGO Committee on Sustainable Development to discuss domestic violence against women and girls, and its barriers to women’s empowerment.
MALA co-sponsors “Women and Girls: From Adversity to Hope” at the UN CSW, which will showcase the personal stories of women around the world who have risen above adversity in their lives to achieve a future of strength and hope for safe and sustainable communities.
Join MALA and World Affairs Council of Atlanta on March 31st for the critically acclaimed film, “He Named Me Malala.”
Screening will be held at Georgia State University Honors College. Light Reception prior to screening. Registration is FREE
The conference seeks not only to clarify key questions that must be asked in the vital area of public policy but also to unearth the forces that created these current dilemmas. Keynote speaker is Pulitzer-prize-winning journalist Sheryl Wu Dunn, with a screening of the film He Named Me Malala, an intimate portrait of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai.
MALA will join Together for Girls for The Every Hour Matters campaign at the 2016 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) aim to increase awareness of the importance of rapid access to post-rape care and urge global, national, and community leaders to improve access to comprehensive services.
Due to the high demand of this film, Loyola University’s Center for the Human Rights of Children will be hosting a second screening of the groundbreaking documentary, “He Named Me Malala” on March 28th, 2016.
MALA, in collaboration with partners, will host a screening of “He Named Me Malala” at the UN 2016 Commission on the Status of Women, described in detail below, to reach distinct target audiences for the film’s campaign.