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The KwaZulu-Natal Museum will be commemorating 16 Days of Activism Campaign for NO violence against women and children. This global campaign aims to raise awareness about the devastating impact of violence against women and children and celebrate the victories of human rights.

The sixteen days will be commemorated from today November to the 10 December where awareness will be achieved through the form of displays and distribution of white ribbons to people who visit the museum. White ribbons symbolise peace and a pledge against abuse women and children. Red ribbons will be distributed on the weekend, to commemorate World Aids Day.

On Friday, 29 November the Museum will be hosting children from Lily of the Valley Orphanage, there will be a talk Life Line and Community Media Trust.

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