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RE-GENERATE: Shakti Youth event

May 21, 2015 at 8:25 AM

"Re-generate" is a night of poetry and speakers to launch Shakti Youth's "Find Your Voice" campaign. The Find Your Voice project is a campaign aiming to highlight the effects on children and young people witnessing violence in an abusive relationship between their parents, with a focus on Asian, Middle Eastern and African youth in Aotearoa/New Zealand. We will be launching our posters, brochures and social media resources. Submit your experiences and stories to findyourvoicenz.tumblr.com

Shakti Youth is a group of young people passionate about social change. We work towards ending gender-based violence and all forms of oppression to build a violence-free future! More info see: youth.shakti.org.nz

Like us on Facebook to keep updated! www.facebook.com/shaktiyouth

Date/Time:

Monday 25th May, 6:30pm

Venue:

University of Auckland Clock Tower, 22 Princes St, Auckland CBD. Lecture theatre 029.

Contact person:

Mengzhu Fu

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