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A dv ocati ng to Empow er Sabah at Kazm i is a young social advocate in Pakistan who has devoted her life empowering others. Sabahat works with all ages especially the elders, acting as their voice for she feels no woman should be left behind. The advocate is actively tackling inequalities at a grassroots by supporting women to access legal support and get justice. Sabahat continues to empower others in her community and works closely with British government at all levels. ?It?s very difficult for women in Pakistan to have choices and rights. It?s important for me to act as a voice for others and give them hope. When we have no choice then we must do what we have to do. It?s not easy to challenge elders, the community in Pakistan but we have to become the change we want to see.? Reach out to Sabahat on Facebook: @Sabahat Kazmi

Wom en?s Fr eedom For u m The organization?s workfocuses on specific issue areas, all of WFF?s work is framed within the larger context Pr of essor Don n a M . Hu gh es of women?s is a m em ber of WFF?S rights. WFF advisor y boar d. identifies issue areas and locates the struggles of particular groups/communities as part of a larger, more holistic movement that values dignity, equality and justice for all. WFF?s mission is to spread awareness and inspire understanding of the problems related to women?s rights, gender apartheid, misogyny, human trafficking, and to empower women and men worldwide to actively participate in the advancement of women?s rights and gender equality. WFF works primarily in the Middle East, focusing on this region due to its strong social problems including but not limited to a system of gender apartheid, illiteracy, violence against women, forced child marriage, human trafficking, job discrimination, and misogyny.

Info credits: http://womenfreedomforum.com/#home

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Violence Against Women Issue  

Ananke presents a special edition marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Nov 25th, 2018.

Violence Against Women Issue  

Ananke presents a special edition marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Nov 25th, 2018.

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