SpiceTalks 2017 | All are Spicy – What is your spice

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The SpiceTalks 2017 conference theme is “All are Spicy: – What is your Spice.” The spice in you shape our understanding of the past, how we live in the present, and our vision for the future. The inner spice is discovered from within not only by people, but also by companies, institutions and movements. Applications for the SpiceTalks 2017 are now open to be a speaker by filling up our
online form at http://www.spicetalks.com/apply2017

Marking International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

SpiceTalks is an initiative of Spice Without Borders, a nonprofit organization devoted to freedom of expression. SpiceTalks brings you ideas from the backyard of society, usually in the form of short, spicy talks (10 minutes or less). SpiceTalks was first held in 2016 at Mageuzi Theatre, Pawa254 which offered us the venue. 50 people attended the event. There was film screening from SIMA Awards USA and inspiring talks from the participants. It also attracted Kimberly Renay from the USA who came as a guest catalyst to help the participants. 2017 marks the second annual SpiceTalks Event.
Meanwhile, independently run SpiceTalksX events help ignite conversations at the backyard of society, in communities and organizations around the world.

Why This International Day?

<h2>Violence against women is a human rights violation.</h2>

Violence against women is a consequence of discrimination against women, in law and also in practice, and of persisting inequalities between men and women.

<h3>Violence against women impacts on, and impedes, progress in many areas, including poverty eradication, combating HIV/AIDS, and peace and security.</h3>

Violence against women and girls is not inevitable. Prevention is possible and essential.

Violence against women continues to be a global pandemic.


For more information visit http://www.spicetalks.com

August 16, 2017 at 4:46 pm
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