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National Seminar “Improving the lives of women survivors in Timor-Leste” and Launched PAR Report

Date: October 30, 2019

Author: Silverio Beli-Siri Andrade da Silva

(Tetun Below)

On the 30th Of October 2019, ACbit held a seminar with the topic “Improving the lives of women survivors in Timor-Leste” and also launched the report of Research Action Participatory that done in 2018 in 3 municipalities (Baucau, Covalima and Oé-cusse) in CNC, Balide. The objective was raised the voice of survivors to advocate for their lives situation after 20 years. This activities was supported by UN Women Asia and the Pacific and Embassy of Japan in Timor-Leste.

 

 

Iha 30 Outburu 2019, ACbit realiza Seminár Nasional ho Tema Hadia kondisaun moris ba feto sobrevivente sira iha Timor Leste no mós halo lansamentu ba relatoriu Peskiza Asaun Partisipatoriu ne’ebé hala’o iha 2018 iha munisipiu 3 (Baucau, Covalina no Oé-cusse), iha Centru Nasional Chega! (CNC) Balide. Objetivu mak haforte lian sobrevivente hodi halo advokasia ba sira nia situasaun moris liu tiha tinan 20. Atividade ida ne’e hetan apoiu husi UN Women Asia and the Pacific no Embassy of Japan in Timor-Leste.

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