Cairo, Egypt – Sunday November 8th
E7na (Ehna) initiative is launching Egypt’s first-ever online summit discussing sexual harassment issues in the nation. The first edition of the summit is scheduled to commence on November 13th & 14th 2020. They will be presenting free online panels, talks, and workshops via social media platforms, with the aim of supporting all entities and initiatives that are currently working on shedding light on the sexual harassment issues that Egypt is currently facing0.
They aim to provide and facilitate a full communication platform, and to share experiences, expertise, and services with harassment survivors, and with the community at large. The summit aims to establish strategic partnerships with numerous entities, who will support the event via pro-bono or discounted services, to be presented to all attendees and participants.
Many distinguished names will be taking part in this inaugural summit, including Dr. Mervat Abou Oaf & MP Manal El Gamil, members of the National Council for Women. Also participating are Yasmeen Hamdan of the GIZ, Dr. Sally Toma, prominent psychiatrist, and Sara Aziz founder of Safe, in addition to numerous, highly eminent, and skilled names in the field of Anti-Sexual harassment.
The online summit is available to all, free of charge via Zoom. To register & participate: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nxjY_aIoT7CzpVe8sAMfMQ
Strategic Partners: O7 Therapy – Safe Kids, Mother Being, Mamahood & More, Maatisaal
This event is powered by: Kroma Projekts
Media Partner: What Women Want Magazine
E7na is an initiative aiming to spread awareness about sexual harassment by providing the community with several events and educational programs to bridge the gap between the public and relevant professionals, ultimately accelerating the process to find radical solutions.
We’re beyond excited to have hosted E7NA on EMPWR’s Podcast, Empathy Always Wins on Episode #25, learning more about their story and the mission behind the founding of such an incredible organization.
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