Egypt: ECWR’s Campaign Against Sexual Harassment
Would you like to listen to music and be positive?
Would you like to have Henna painted on your hands?
Join ECWR's second awareness day entitled:
"What have you gained from harassing someone?!"
Join us Friday 15th of February 2008, from 2:00 pm till 6:00 pm, at Goethe institute Midan el Misaha, Dokki (Egypt).
What have you gained from harassing someone?!
What kind of comments you hear on the streets?!
We organized this day to sit together to discuss creative ideas and inspiring success stories, learn self defense and enjoy music!
Let's work together to make a real difference in the Egyptian streets!
135 Misr-Helwan El Zeraay
2nd Floor, Suite 3
Hadayak El Maadi, Cairo
Tel: (20) 2 2.527.1397 / 2.528.2176
Fax: (20) 2 2.528.2175
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