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“Indian Ladies In Ireland” Seek to End Violence Against Women

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The 25th of November marked the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. On occasion 12 powerful women with motivational stories and experience spoke, urging the audience to end violence against women. The event was organised by “Indian Ladies in Ireland” – a community group formed and led by the social worker and former BBC Journalist Supriya Singh. The event was held online from 25th to 27th November 2022.

The 3-day long event was held in response to the call of the United Nations to governmental and non-governmental organisations alike to unite in their efforts to end gender-based violence. 

The speakers at the event included Irish Senator Emer Currie, Member of the Irish Parliament TD Emer Higgins, Irish Fine Gael politician for Dublin Mid-West, Dr Kiran Bedi, social activist and the first woman in India to join the officer ranks of the Indian Police Service (IPS), Diana Stahl, Director of Public Affairs at the Scientology Community Centre Dublin and others.

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About Indian Ladies in Ireland: 

The aims of the Indian Ladies in Ireland community group include keeping the spirit of India alive in Ireland through various social and cultural activities, as well as providing support and activities for the protection and empowerment of women.

The group has been active in helping people in need, organising charitable and cultural activities and bringing various communities together, and advocating representation of women in every field. 

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