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Fri, 09 Mar 2018 11:06 - Updated Fri, 09 Mar 2018 11:06

Religious' women march against domestic violence

Luanda - A march to repudiate acts of domestic violence was held Thursday in Luanda by religious women of the different fringes of the Angolan society.

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The event took place under the motto "United for the end of violence against Women".

On the occasion, the apostle Ernestina Matias, who presided over the activity, said that the march served to demonstrate unity, reflection and repudiation of violence against women in different domains.

The march is part of a number of activities on women started on March 2, under the aegis of the CICA (Ministry of Faith and Liberation, Theosophical Spiritual Church) which will culminate on  March 31 with a thanksgiving service.

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