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February 27, 2004

Fighting Back - Stop Violence Against Women

Amnesty International is organising an exhibition in central Tokyo to display over 250 artworks from around the world which express thoughts, feelings and reactions to violence against women. The artworks include painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, embroidery and film. Although many of the images on display are thought-provoking, they are not distressing, making the exhibition suitable for children accompanied by an adult. The exhibition will be held from March 16th (Tuesday) - 22nd (Monday), 2004. Admission is FREE. For further information, a MAP to the gallery, and a downloadable POSTER, please follow the English link on the left hand side of the Amnesty International Japan website.
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