SEPA's mission is to support 
human rights workers in Guatemala as well as assist with educational scholarships, teacher salaries and needs as requested in the villages of Santa Elena and Copal AA.

December 1, 2016
King 106

Join OSSGUA for a screening of NISGUA's fall speaking tour with Maudy Tzay, community psychologist representing the Alliance to End Silence and Impunity. She will discuss the legacy of sexual violence left by the internal armed conflict in Guatemala and how the country is working to heal and to prevent this type of violence from ever happening again.

This is a screening of a recorded event.

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