Lecture: "Circle of Care and Communication for Global Health and Human Rights" Training in Spain and Morocco to Combat S
Presented by Dr. Araceli Alonso, Co-Director of UNESCO Chair on Gender, Wellbeing and Culture of Peace @ UW-Madison
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Madison Public Library, Central Branch, Mifflin Street, Room 301
Dr. Alonso will share with us the fascinating new techniques she has developed this summer working with Nigerian women in Casablanca ("Theater of the Oppressed"). This method is used to identify not only victims of trafficking but also to assist them with rehabilitation through the performing of collected narratives that depicted all the stages of Nigerian trafficking from the moment women/girls leave Benin City to the moment they arrive in Casablanca (where they wait to migrate north).