New women's peace campaign, Batein aman ki, to start on Sept 22

A new campaign, Baatein Aman Ki, is proposed to be organised comprising of 5 Women Yatras covering all Indian states between September 22 and October13, culmination in Delhi. They will start from Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Jammu & Kashmir, Assam, and Delhi. While the routes are being finalised, the one starting from Delhi will cover central India and come back to Delhi. The aim of the five, Yatras, Baatein Aman Ki, consisting of 25 women per yatra, is to take the message of love, harmony, peace, non-violence across the nation.
"In times of hate we spread the message of love and sisterhood", a message sent by NGO Anhad's Shabnam Hashmi said, adding, "We invite women groups, people's movements, funding organisations, individual women, artists, film makers, social media experts to join the campaign." Details of the campaign can be found HERE

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