Building STRONGER GENERATIONS for at-risk women

Dr. Ludy Green Presents Second Chance's Organizational Model to the United Nations

May 27, 2010

Geneva, Switzerland, May 27-29, 2010: Dr. Ludy Green, will present Second Chance Employment Services’ (SCES organizational model to the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Following her travels to Syria and Jordan at the invitation of the U.S. Department of State, Dr. Green will continue her work for victims of violence and human trafficking on a global scale.

SCES is the nation's only full-service, no-fee placement agency devoted to the economic empowerment of at-risk women. To date, SCES has placed over 700 victims of violence in meaningful, career-oriented positions. Previously, Dr. Green has presented the Second Chance model at the Global Summit of Women in 2008 and 2009 where she has shared her work with the President of Chile. By presenting at the United Nations Dr. Green continues to reach out to thousands of advocates worldwide with her message of change and hope.

The two day Conference will consist of international experts on human rights as well as victims and survivors of human trafficking.

“Without financial independence there’s no end to domestic violence. Meaningful careers empower women to become self-sufficient (Dr. Ludy Green).”

To pledge support for the work of Second Chance and to help rebuild the life of a victim of violence and her family, please visit our website: http://www.scesnet.org . Also to if you would like to have Dr. Green as your speaker on your next conference or event, please visit her website at www.ludygreen.com.

 
 
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