Building STRONGER GENERATIONS for at-risk women

Dr. Ludy Green Speaks at the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Women

March 1, 2010

Washington, D.C. March 10, 2010: Dr. Ludy Green speaks about international human trafficking and domestic violence at the "Global Partnership to End Violence Against Women". This event is hosted by The State Department, Avon Foundation for Women and Vital Voices Global Partnership. Attendees to the three-day event will have the opportunity to listen to Dr. Ludy Green's expertise on sustainable programs focused on liberating and empowering at-risk women throughout the world.

Dr. Green was invited to speak at the event as a result of her outstanding global campaigns to end violence against women. She served under the State Department as Cultural Ambassador of the United States and served as the U.S.Delegate to Jordan and Syria on human trafficking and domestic violence issues. As an advocate for women and Children for over 20 years, Dr. Green and her innovative organization (Second Chance Employment Services) has an impressive track record for successfully assisting domestic violence and human trafficking victims gain financial independence through meaningful careers.

"The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Women" event will bring together participants from around the United States and 75 delegates from 15 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, in order to facilitate the creation of global partnerships and sustainable networks to advance the fight to end violence against women. Each of the 15 countries present at the event will be focusing their work on one of the following three issues: domestic violence, sexual violence and human trafficking. Participants can anticipate learning more about Dr. Green's innovative solutions for combating domestic violence and human trafficking.

"Without financial independence there's no end to domestic violence. Meaningful careers empower women to become self-sufficient" Says Dr. Green.

Second Chance Employment Services promotes financial security for at-risk women and their dependents through comprehensive employment placement services. For more information on Second Chance Employment Services visit our website at www.scesnet.org or if you would like to invite Dr. Ludy Green to speak at one of your events please go to her web-site www.ludygreen.com.

 
 
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