While several organizations and individuals are doing tireless work to bring about change, 2014 has been very disheartening as we have seen an increased number of violent crimes against women reported in the media. Our first community café of the year is aimed at bringing organizations and community members together to talk about their challenges in this work and how we can become better organized to end violence against women. With this focus, we are calling our community café – ‘What is violence against women: Why should you care?’
It would be great to have you attend. Bring your ideas, your energy and your expertise.
Date: Wednesday January 28th, 2015
Time: 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Place: Bollywood Banquet Hall 8166—128th Street , Surrey, BC
Panel of Speakers with brief presentations.
Café style small group discussions
We are looking forward to your participation so that we can work together in bringing about change at a meaningful level. We request that you share this invitation with your friends, family and colleagues. Please note this forum is a free event and is open to men and women of all backgrounds.
Childminding will be provided upon request and light refreshments will be served—pre-registration required.
For additional information or to confirm your participation, please contact Sonia Andhi at 604-307-8796 or email email@example.com. Please join us in the conversation to find concrete solutions to ending violence against women and creating change.