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Title: The Abuses of Human Trafficking and Child Marriage
START DATE: 2/15/2020
START TIME: 1:30 PM
Duration: 2 Hours
Location: Irvine
Location Details:
Irvine Ranch Water District
Community Room
15500 Sand Canyon Ave
Irvine, CA 92618
Event Topic:
Event Type: presentation
Contact Name: Stephanie Campbell
Contact Email: mail@au-oc.org
Contact Phone: 7142994551
DESCRIPTION:
download PDF (499.6 kibibytes) Rima Nashashibi, President and Founder of Global Hope 365 will discuss the abuses of Human Trafficking and Child Marriage. Global 365 is a local nonprofit dedicated to ending harmful practices towards women and girls such as Child Marriage and Human Trafficking. While we are all aware of the prevalence of human trafficking in Orange County, child marriage is also a significant issue. Did you know that Child Marriage is legal in the state of California? Rima will brief the audience on the necessity of spreading awareness in our local communities and she will provide thoughtful solutions to ending these abusive practices both locally and throughout California.

Rima is an Internationally Recognized Speaker, Political and Community Leader/Activist with more than 20 years of experience in public speaking, conducting seminars, and media appearances promoting openness, equal opportunity, tolerance, fairness, and justice for persons of all genders, ethnicity, religious backgrounds, and political persuasions. Ms. Nashashibi has been a guest speaker locally, nationally, and internationally including being hosted by the U.S. Department of State in places such as Jerusalem, Qatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait. In addition, Ms. Nashashibi trained the women in Saudi Arabia in August 2015 on how to run for office in anticipation of the historical election held in December 2015 where women participated for the first time in the history of the Kingdom.

Our doors open at 1:15 for socializing and the meeting starts at 1:45. There is plenty of free parking and there is no charge for the meeting.

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