Conversations on Domestic Violence

Posted by - December 14, 2014 - Blog, Domestic Violence, Gender-Based Violence, News & Events - No Comments

To commemorate, the 16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women, The Centre for Health Ethics Law and Development (CHELD) hosted another edition of its Conversations on Domestic Violence on Saturday December 6, 2014.
This event was held in the lovely ambience of Ginger Tapas Bar and Grill, one of the sponsors of the event.  In attendance were: Envera Selmonic,  the United Nations Chief Representative at the United Nations Information Centre, Kehinde Iyade, representing the Lagos State Office of the Public Defender, Ndidi Nwuneli MFR,  Founder of LEAP and Director AACE Foods, Dr Orode Doherty, Country Director, Africare,  Dr Titilayo Aderibigbe, Head of Department Private and Commercial Law, Babcock University School of Law, Funmi Johnson CEO, BorntobeBeautiful, Funke Williams, Laila St. Daniels, Director Acts Generation and several others.
To read more about the event and the summary of the Conversation, please visit our Domestic Violence Resource Centre



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