GenderHopes hosted a cocktail reception of “A Confident Girl” art exhibition on 11 October, to mark the International Day of the Girl. Over 170 guests attended the evening, during which Ms. Isabelle Bonnal, Director of Education, Youth and Sports in Monaco spoke about Monaco’s commitment to education for all. It followed by a moving speech by Nadine Niyitegeka, Alumna of the Akilah Institute for Women in Kigali, Rwanda who spoke about her experience from a genocide survivor to a student at Akilah. Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Akilah Institute for Women. The exhibition is open until 30 October 2016 Continue Reading
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Click here to read the full article by Monaco Madame on GenderHopes’ upcoming exhibition “A Confident Girl”. The exhibition will open on 11 October, to mark the International Day of the Girl, and will be open until 30 October 2016. It features over 40 unique works by 25 renowned artists, on the theme “A Confident Girl”. The works exhibited are available for sale and proceeds will benefit our partner, the Akilah Institute for Women, based in Kigali, Rwanda. Read the full article here, and click here for more information.