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Let's Talk Domestic Violence

[title]Let's Talk Domestic Violence[desc]Leefield Community League 7910 36 Ave NW, Edmonton, Saturday, March 7, 2020, 4 – 6pm [image: Let's Talk Domestic Violence] ICNA Sisters Edmonton is a non profit organization with a vision to build a community that sets path towards personal excellence in faith, worship, morality and shares basis for the moral, social and economic development of the Canadian society. ICNA Sisters are committed to support efforts for civil liberties and socio-economic justice. Our goal is to empower women and build stronger families, communities and nation. In keeping with our vision, this event is an effort from us to keep the dialogue going so we can eventually determine strategies to deal with a national crisis that affects Canadian women from all walks of life. Event will have Q&A session, info booths from different women's shelters and Refreshments. Take some time out and Be Part of the Conversation!!! Our Guest Speakers Lubna Zaeem: A psychologist in edmonton whose work leading outreach and counseling programs, as well as providing cultural competency training for government, law enforcement and service organizations, has earned her the Athabasca Volunteer Service Award, the YMCA Peace Medal, the Governor General's Sovereign Medal and Uof A's 2019 Alumni Award Winner. Dr. Nahla Gomaa: An ENT Specialist in Edmonton, Dr. Gomaa's community work ranges from mentoring medical students at Uo A to being a shura(advisory committee) member at Masjid Al Noor. In addition to running an Islamic School at the Masjid, she plays an active role in helping and adivising Muslim women. Kristy Hagan: Shelter Manager for Carol's House with Edmonton's WIN House. She works mainly with newcomers and many of the victims of human trafficking. Joy Gihana: A psychologist who moved to Canada ten years ago. Ms. Gihana has a master's degree in Counselling psychology. Over the years, she has supported hundreds of clients in need of family and mental health therapy. She also teaches in the faculty of Health Sciences at Norquest College here in Edmonton. City / Town : Edmonton Event Venue : Mill Woods Neighbourhood : Richfield Short Description : A seminar on highlighting ways to prevent domestic violence, identifying the abuse cycle, and strategies to support & empower the victims. Event Category : Civic Cost : $5 Where to purchase tickets : Contact Name : Samya Hashmi Contact Phone : 5877124780 Contact Email : Additional Information : Tickets Sold at Door Also More info :…. Event Details. Location: Leefield Community League , Edmonton, AB