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Public Relations Without Borders helps its partner organizations that work with populations facing development challenges by reinforcing their ability to use public relations to leverage social and economic progress.




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Recognize the added value of using public relations to leverage social and economic progress.

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March 7, 2017 : 5@7 PM, University Club of Montreal, 2047 Mansfield Street, Montréal, Québec H3A 1Y7

Rendez-vous RPSF : Senegal with Joanne Fortin

In anticipation of the multi-stakeholder meeting held in Dakar at the end of October 2015, the Coalition of Civil Society Organizations – including the Equitas Senegal Network with the support of Equitas Canada, RADDHO and The Committee to Combat Violence Against Women – aims to become the reference center for converging specific actions in line with the recommendations of the Universal Periodic Reviews (UPR), a strategic meeting that will bring together all the Strategies that address violence against women, youth and children.


Joanne Fortin, our Head of Mission, will be interviewed by Pierre Gince to highlight  about her efforts to help Raddho take the lead and strengthen its role.

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