By Alisha Shrestha on Dec 07,2017 - 20:33
Loved photography to the core that you have never left the lens when you are outdoor? Why don’t you take a chance for revealing what you have got beyond those shutters? YUWA and its counterpart Youth Activists Leadership Council (YALC) are organizing photo competition based on the theme of Gender based violence. It is also a competition conceptualized and yet to be materialized for the base of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.
This might be the time to showcase your art on photography and engage in social activities at the same time. The motto of the competition is authenticated to uproar gender based violence in national as well as international array with the virtue of social media
Beside, rivalry photo contest, YUWA is lodging varied events concerned with gender based violence;
Representatives from United Nations, Women and Youth Organizations are ought to indulge in the panel discussion of irrational issues of gender violence and its long term solution. The discussion is set to lodge in Thames International College on 10th of December.
Characters have portrayed how gender based violence affects their life afterwards and what possible steps they have selected amidst the worst scenario. It was held on 6th of December.
Everyone is allowed to convey their thoughts via informal, small talk or a big talk about gender based violence. They pour out their opinions, thoughts, concepts, grapevines, doubts, conclusions at their heart content along the exposure of barren sky. Hence it is named as Khulla Aakash.
The main objective of Awareness event is to localize each participant along the slogan of gender based violence. It was organized on 6th of December via poetry, drama and flash mob.Tags - photo contest , YUWA , gender , gender based Violence
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