• 'Retracing A Disappearing Landscape' Multidisciplinary Exhibition - P21 Gallery - 30 March- 15 May 2018

Nahla's Editorial Note

Synonymous with the global struggle for the recognition and improvement of women's rights and status on all economic, political and cultural fronts, March is always alive and kicking with activity that celebrates female achievements thus far and taking stock of what else needs to be done. It also brings Mother's Day and is dubbed Women's History Month so as to highlight and educate on women's contributions in history and contemporary society. 

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