In the foreward of her book, Serena Dandini (@SerenaDandini) writes: “I asked myself: ‘What if the victims themselves could speak?...Women who were murdered simply because they were women, at the hands of men—their own men…They are wives and ex-wives, sisters and daughters, fiancées and former fiancées, who at some point refused to keep their side of the bargain, violating the rules set by society. Their rejections cost them their lives."
- With Mary Ellsberg, Director, Global Women's Institute (@GWUGlobalWomen) and Professor of Global Health at the George Washington University
- Introduced by Piero Cipollone, Executive Director for Italy, Portugal, Greece, Albania, Malta, San Marino and Timor-Leste, The World Bank Group
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