Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence launch #16DaysOfActivism photo exhibition

Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence launch #16DaysOfActivism photo exhibition

24 November 2015

In recent years there has been increasing recognition of the need for positive male role models who are prepared to make a difference in their communities in terms of gender equality.

Smart Minezhi with his wife of 40 years, Mage Smart. Photo taken by Concern Worldwide. This photographic exhibition profiles some of the work of five Irish international organisations based in Malawi: Concern Worldwide, Goal, Trócaire, Self help Africa and Action Aid. In collaboration with the embassy of Ireland and the Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence it aims to showcase and celebrate the work of men and boys as agents of change to both Irish and Malawian audiences.

 

 

 

This exhibition allows men and boys and women and girls who have been supported by male change agents to tell their stories. We invite you to hear their voices.

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Smart Minezhi with his wife of 40 years, Mage Smart. Photo taken by Concern Worldwide.

Irish Consortium on Gender Based Violence launch #16DaysOfActivism photo exhibition

The 16 Days of Activism is an international advocacy campaign that aims to raise awareness of gender based violence (GBV) against women.