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Educational Program Resources, 1990-2011, undated

 Sub-Series

Scope and Contents

Sub-series 4: Educational Program Resources contains materials related to Project Kesher’s educational programs centered around women's health, domestic violence, and sex trafficking. Materials include reports, press clippings, bound volumes, statistics, and correspondence. Materials are arranged by subject. A complete box and folder listing is available upon request.

In the course of Project Kesher’s educational programming work on women’s health issues and gender violence, the organization has collected a wide variety of resources spanning over two decades from 1990-2011. Of particular interest is the Women's Health Resource Book created by Project Kesher in 1998. The sub-series also represents Project Kesher's involvement with 16 Days Against Gender Based Violence, an international initiative run by the Center for Women’s Global Leadership designed to bring attention to gender-based violence as a human rights issue.

Dates

  • 1990-2011, undated

Creator

Language of Materials

From the Collection:

The majority of materials are in English, with some written in Russian. Instances of Russian may be written either in print or cursive.

Conditions Governing Access

Materials containing personal identification information have been restricted. All other materials in this sub-series are open for research. Access to the collection is in accordance with the policies of the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University. Please contact the department for more information.

Extent

From the Collection: 29 Linear Feet (26 record center boxes, 2 document cases, 1 oversize box)

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

Contact:
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Waltham MA

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