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**REQUEST FOR RESPONDENTS**
The South Asian Women’s Centre is currently conducting a project entitled – “There is no ‘honour’ in violence against women and children.” As part of the project, we are conducting a needs assessment and would like to request your help in completing the 10 minute survey below.
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If you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact Manivilie Kanagasabapathy – firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-537-2276 ext 230.
http://www.who.int/reproductivehealth/publications/violence/9789241564625/en/index.html The report, developed by the World Health Organization, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the South African Medical Research Council, presents the first global systematic review of scientific data on the prevalence of two forms of violence against women: violence by an intimate partner (intimate partner violence) and sexual violence by someone other than a partner (non-partner sexual violence). It
Joined press conference with Kripa Sekhar, Executive Director of South Asian Women Centre(SAWC); Shalini Kononur, Executive Director of South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario (SALCO); Vijaya Chikermane, Executive Director of Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP); and Neethan Shan, Executive Director of Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) is held at (SAWC) and attended by diverse South Asian community members. The conference is covered by
South Asian Women’s Centre (SAWC), the Alliance for South Asian AIDS Prevention (ASAAP), the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario (SALCO) and the Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) expressed their shock and outrage to the Rogers Communications’ recent announcement about the cuts to multicultural and local news programming on OMNI, particularly to the cuts to South Asian Edition of OMNI News. Rogers/OMNI’s
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The Globe and Mail with Kripa Sekhar If hospitals are worried about female feticide, they should be conducting community consultations before shaping any policies, said Kripa Sekhar, executive director of South Asian Women’s Centre in Toronto. While concerned about the possibility of female feticide, she believes more research should be done before conclusions can be reached. “You want to protect women, but in the
An excerpt from any article with Kripa Sekhar Globe and Mail The South Asian Women’s Centre in Toronto is one of the organizations that suffered as a result. Kripa Sekhar, the executive director, said she hasn’t seen any noticeable drop in demand for services, despite statistics that show a 10-point drop in immigrants arriving in Toronto from 2006 to 2010. But after losing more