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Male Leaders in Timor-Leste Give Voice to Ending Violence Against Women

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Male Leaders in Timor-Leste Give Voice to Ending Violence Against Women

"Eleven of Timor-Leste's foremost figures, such as RDTL President Dr. Jose Ramos Horta, RDTL Prime Minister, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmao, and the President of National Parliament, Fernando "Lasama" de Araujo will share their status and sentiments on violence against women, to the nation, in a campaign that will reach all thirteen districts of the country. A series of posters, radio and television public service announcements have been developed in an effort to heighten public focus, awareness and government response in the country on violence against women." (Adapt. Lena Lorosae)
http://www.unifem-eseasia.org/projects/evaw/male_voices_evaw.html

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Male Leaders in Timor-Leste Give Voice to Ending Violence Against Women

  1. 1. Eleven of Timor-Leste's foremost figures, such as RDTL President Dr. Jose Ramos Horta, RDTL Prime Minister, Kay Rala Xanana Gusmao, and the President of National Parliament, Fernando "Lasama" de Araujo will share their status and sentiments on violence against women, to the nation, in a campaign that will reach all thirteen districts of the country. A series of posters, radio and television public service announcements have been developed in an effort to heighten public focus, awareness and government response in the country on violence against women. UNIFEM

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