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25 April 2017
The Leadership & Advocacy for Women in Africa Fellows present their research!

Please join UNA-NCA in celebrating the research completion by the Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa (LAWA) Fellows from Georgetown Law. The women and their presentations are as follows:
Mirabelle Chi-Okezie-Harm Perpetrated with Good Intentions: Community Participation and Sexuality Education as Strategies to End Breast Ironing in Cameroon

Helen Eyabi-Saving her Childhood: Preventing Early Marriage by Providing Meaningful Access to Education in Cameroon

Sheila Kinaheirwe-“I paid for her, I own her!”: How Eliminating the Bride Price Requirement Paves the way for a Law Banning Marital Rape in Uganda
Teresa Omondi-Adeitan-Legally loving, illegally living!: Unlocking Immigration Barriers that Prevent Kenyan Women from Obtaining Legal Status for their Foreign Husbands

Sherina Tibenkana-Help Women Farmers Get to Equal: Investing in Policies which Promote Women as Drivers of Agricultural Growth in Uganda

Berkenesh Woldeselassie-Worker or Wife, Manager or Mommy: Legal Remedies To Curb Indirect Discrimination of Female Job Applicants in Ethiopia

Tuesday, April 25th, 5:45 pm-8 pm

Where: Georgetown University Law Center 600 New Jersey Ave, NW, McDonough Room 140

Networking reception hosted by the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area begins promptly at 5:45pm!


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