'MEMORY STREET' TO CREATE AWARENESS FOR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN KILIS


International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation (IBC) set up a stand in Cumhuriyet Square, Kilis to memorize and tell the stories of the 19 women who were killed in Turkey in 2019.

The event was organized in collaboration with Kilis Municipality, and Provincial Directorate of  Family and Social Affairs. The women who visited the stand were provided with information on the organizations to which they can report violence against women.

Kilis Mayor Assistant Mr. Hüseyin Erkmen, and Security Directorate Director Assistant Mr. Ahmet Güngör visited the stand and stated that they are striving to protect women and girls against violence.

Security Directorate Director Assistant Mr. Ahmet Güngör stated that awareness of women should be raised on reporting violence against them.  



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