From October 18-20, 2013 the U.S. World Court of Women will be held in Philadelphia. Activists and individuals from across the country will be coming to Philadelphia for this event. The WCW will share the personal testimonies of victims/survivors of poverty. Likewise jury statements on the issue of poverty will be delivered.
The World Court of Women is an organization that is dedicated to listening, collecting, and sharing the testimonies of people who have been the victims of poverty throughout the world. The WCW was inspired by the Nuremberg Trials and the courts of the United Nations. Rather than representing the interests of a nation, the WCW represents the interests marginal communities across world who have been affected by poverty. To learn more about the history of the WCW click on the following link.
The coming World Court of Women will include personal testimonies, jury statements, skill sharing work shops and community outreach. For a sample of the programing of previous courts click on the following link.
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Note: If you are form Albany,NY and need financial assistance to attend the 2013 U.S. World Court of Women visit populartechnology.org to see if you qualify for a scholarship.