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Orange Campaign to kick off on November 25

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23-Nov-2016

Dubai: The Dubai Foundation for Women and Children (DFWAC) will begin its second ‘Orange’ Campaign to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on November 25.


The 16-day campaign will run under the slogan ‘Build Yourself’ that aims to raise awareness on violence, abuse and exploitation of women and girls worldwide, coinciding with UN’s international initiative.


The campaign will bring back the interactive experience of conversing with a female subjected to violence.


It will also see a number of iconic landmarks including Burj Al Arab and the InterContinental Dubai Festival City illuminated in orange colour as part of UN’s UNiTE campaign to symbolise a brighter future without violence.


 

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