Rethink Rebuild Society, in partnership with Amnesty International, would like to invite you to an exclusive exhibition, 'Silenced Voices: Syrian Women in Assad's Prisons'. on Friday, 8 September, 2017 from 3 to 8 pm. This exhibition will showcase stories of women who either were or still are detained in Syria, explaining their stories and treatment in prison.
This will be a unique opportunity to learn about the horrific crimes against humanity being committed against detainees on a daily basis and to take action to raise attention to the cause.
Handmade jewellery, created by former detainees, will be sold throughout the event to raise money for a fund that supports the families of those who have been affected by the cause.
You could help us make this event a success through these three steps:
1) Confirm your attendance through the Facebook event and come along on the day:
2) Share the event amongst your friends and personal networks through social media
3) Tweet the following to raise awareness and promote the issue:
- Join @Rethink_Rebuild for Silenced Voices: Syrian Women in Assad’s Prisons – 8th September, 3-8pm, Cross Street Chapel, M2 1NL #SaveMeInSyria
- 8/9/2017- Join @Rethink_Rebuild in the campaign to seek justice for female Syrian detainees! 3-8pm, Cross St Chapel, Manchester, M2 1NL. #SaveMeInSyria
- I’m attending “Silenced Voices: Syrian Women in Assad’s Prisons” 8/9/2017 @ Cross St Chapel, M2 1NL. Are you? #SaveMeInSyria
- I am taking a stand against torture in #Syrian prisons. Free the innocent and stop the violence! How are you going to help? #SaveMeInSyria
- 17,723 Syrians have been killed in Assad’s Saydnaya prison since 2011. We MUST achieve justice for remaining detainees. #SaveMeInSyria
- Over 65,000 Syrian civilians have been ‘forcibly disappeared’ since 2011. How are you helping to end this atrocity? #SaveMeInSyria