About 30 women from various organizations gathered in front of the Unilever Head Office in London calling on the company to disinvest from Burma because of genocide and rape of the Rohingya on March 8, 2018 – International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day, 8 March 2018, London
Justice and protection for Rohingya women and girls
– in support of call for Unilever to disinvest from Myanmar
Statement by Black Women’s Rape Action Project & Women Against Rape
We strongly condemn the ethnic cleansing, widespread torture, killings and systematic rape and sexual torture of women and girls by the Myanmar Army, as part of its genocide against the Rohingya people. Continue reading
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