16 Days of Activism

2009-11-28 00:00

Drivers pass by the busy Umgeni and Electron Road at Makro in Springfield Park in Durban and pass by a billboard marking the beginning of the 16 Days of Activism for Non Violence against Women and Children late afternoon yesterday.

Members of the public are urged to take notice of the billboard over the next few days as changes will be made to the woman's face, showcasing the harm caused by violence against women continue. KZN Network on Violence Against Women and Project International and Ogilvy have put out the campaign to run for the next 16 days.

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