Feminist Fridays #35: Project Monma - It Takes A Village to Stop Violence Against Women
Johanna Higgs, Women’s Rights Activist, Anthropologist & Founder of Project Monma
The United Nations has committed to achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls everywhere by 2030. Grand ideals - and though we've come so far, there's still so much left to do. Johanna Higgs, an anthropologist and women's rights activist, is working towards those goals through Project MonMa, an advocacy group which she founded. She joins us to discuss her efforts to get the world to speak out against the endemic levels of daily harassment that women around the world face.
Produced by: Juliet Jacobs
Presented by: Juliet Jacobs
Tags: The Bigger Picture, live and learn, Feminist Fridays, Project MonMa, Gender-based violence, Sustainable Development Goals, Sexual Harassment, Gender-based Discrimination, Violence Against Women, Government/Regulatory/Policy Making