(Video) Social Enterprise Humanity Unified Releases Short Film To Address Gender-Based Violence in Rwanda
The film addresses the issue of gender-based violence as it relates to the women enrolled in the Humanity Unified programs.
Humanity Unified just released the first of three short films. The first one is called Quiet No More, which chronicles the organizations recent visit to Rwanda. The film addresses the issue of gender-based violence as it relates to the women enrolled in the Humanity Unified programs. It also highlights the power and importance of the educational trainings provided by Humanity Unified in partnership with Aspire Rwanda in empowering the women to know and exercise their rights.
Humanity Unified along with Aspire Rwanda has empowered a cooperative of 110 women with trainings in gender based violence. The women now understand their rights and no longer have to accept the brutal treatment and abuse that many believed to be a cultural norm.
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