Protecting the Future of the Children of Burma

by | Jun 20, 2014

The International Gender Studies Centre at Lady Margaret Hall is hosting a seminar entitled “Protecting the Future of the Children of Burma.”

 

Details:

Date – 20 June

Time – 2:00pm

Venue – Old Library, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

 

Sarah Armitage, UK National Director at Partners Relief and Development will share images and stories from her experiences. Partners Relief and Development is an organisation which aims to prevent and alleviate issues

such as poverty, child prostitution and trafficking in Burma and on the Thai / Burma border.

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