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Honor Diaries

Tickets Available at the door, and tickets are now available for purchase at Compact Music (785 Bank, 206 Bank).

Tickets are also available online here.


Admission:  $20 ($10 students).

Film, Panel discussion, and reception

Don't miss the Ottawa premiere of this important film.  We will also have a panel discussion with Muslim women who participated in this film.

Honor Diaries features nine courageous women's rights advocates with connections to Muslim-majority societies who are engaged in a dialogue about gender inequality.

These women, who have witnessed firsthand the hardships women endure, are profiled in their efforts to affect change, both in their communities and beyond.

The film gives a platform to exclusively female voices and seeks to expose the paralyzing political correctness that prevents many from identifying, understanding and addressing this international human rights disaster.  Freedom of movement, the right to education, forced marriage, and female genital mutilation are some of the systematic abuses explored in depth.

Spurred by the Arab Spring, women who were once silent are starting to speak out about gender inequality and are bringing visibility to a long history of oppression. This project draws together leading women's rights activists and provides a platform where their voices can be heard and serves as inspiration to motivate others to speak out.

More than a movie, Honor Diaries is a movement meant to inspire viewers to learn more about issues facing women in Muslim-majority societies, and to act for change.

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  • Sheila

    Hi Jillz - this was not a HAO sponsored event, we just posted because we thought it would be of interest to our members. So members attended as individuals and not as a group. But keep visiting this site and then you can come to our next event - we look forward to meeting you.

    March 25, 2014

    • Jillz

      Ohh I see. Ok thx

      March 25, 2014

  • Jillz

    Hi guys . I'm here but not sure where the group is. Guess I will meet you next time. Enjoy the film!

    March 24, 2014

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