Marleen Temmerman's fight for women's rights - Ghent University Magazine interview
Ghent University Magazine interviewed Marleen Temmerman - founding mother and chair of ICRH Global - and wrote an eye-opening piece about her fight for women’s rights, her work in Kenya and the challenges she faces during the corona crisis.
That work is also her life’s work: improving the rights and lives of women and children. When she talks about it, you hear, above all else, her fighting spirit and faith in a better future.
Additionally, Marleen set up the Marleen Temmerman Fund with the Ghent University University Fund. Donations to the fund support research at the ICRH but also many projects in Kenya and Mozambique. Your support to the Marleen Temmerman Fund will help make a difference to women’s rights worldwide.
Read the full article at https://bit.ly/2Znbv9W.
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