Thursday, September 24,  2020


Domestic violence; Speak up

Domestic violence; Speak up
Directed by: Amal El Nakeeb and Zaina Rawabdeh

Written by : Amal El Nakeeb, Zaina Rawabdeh and Inas Hamad

In one line: Just 2 minutes in the day of a victim, more than enough to incite action. #DomesticViolence #SpeakUp 

This short clip discusses some of the reasons that pressure women, victims of domestic violence, to stay silent and not seek help. In collaboration with the Psychological Health and Awareness society in Egypt, the video actively gives women a phone number to call for help.






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