World Court of Women on Poverty
Posted by on September 30, 2013
World Court of Women
October 18-20th at West Kensington Ministry in Philadelphia
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Come join the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign at the World Court of Women in Philadelphia. The World Court of Women on Poverty aims to challenge the systems responsible for homelessness and poverty. It seeks to perpetually throw light on the consequences of the illegal practice of domestic and international banks, financial industries and governmental collaboration with corporations and how these practices have been detrimental to women and children everywhere. The testimonies given at the World Court of Women on Poverty will reveal human rights violations which are non compliant with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. These testimonies will be brought forward to the Human Rights Convention in Geneva. To learn more about the history of the WCW click on the following link.
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