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An interview with Keti Zazanashvili, a young adult delegates to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women.  Keti discusses her experience at CSW57 and the role of dance in her work to eliminate violence against women and girls.

 

 

An interview with Sophy Kengoo and Haley Mills, two young adult delegates to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women. Sophy and Haley discuss their experience at the CSW and the role of dance in their work to eliminate violence against women and girls.



An interview with Dr. Valli Batchelor, a World Student Christian Federation/ World Council of Churches delegate to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women and Dustin Wright, a staffer with the Lutheran Office for World Community. Dustin and Valli discuss their experience at the CSW, the role of dance in Valli’s work and the upcoming WCC publication on clergy sexual abuse of women, “When Pastors Prey.”

An interview with Annamaria Notaristefano, a young adult delegate to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women. Annamaria discusses her experience at the CSW and the role of dance in their work to eliminate violence against women and girls.

 

An interview with Karyn Lasei and Rauhina Scott-Fyfe, two young adult delegates to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women. Isatu and Rana discuss their experience at the CSW and the role of dance in their work to eliminate violence against women and girls.

 

An interview with Isatu Ville and Rana Chamandi, two young adult delegates to the 57th Commission on the Status of Women.  Isatu and Rana discuss their experience at the CSW and the role of dance in their work to eliminate violence against women and girls.

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