‘I will never be cut’: Nancy and Gertrude are Kenyan girls about to face a brutal passage to womanhood.
Directed by Sara Nason, this documentary tells the story of two young members of the Pokot community in Kenya, who stood up to family and community to resist the traditional practice of female genital mutilation or cutting (FGM). The film looks at how their actions influenced other young women and their families, changing minds and attitudes about FGM.
Join Christian Aid on 29th November from 7-9pm at the CCA, Glasgow, for a screening of the documentary film followed by an expert panel discussion and Q&A exploring the issue.
Introducing Poverty Over
Poverty Over is Christian Aid’s powerful manifesto which investigates why the developing world is still poor, and defines what needs to change to help bring an end to poverty.
In partnership, Christian Aid and the Guardian have created a series of investigative documentaries exploring key issues faced by the world’s poorest communities.
Free Tickets from the CCA Box Office 0141 352 4900 and more info on Facebook.