SANA'A, Oct. 31 (Saba) - Minister of Social Affairs and Labor Amat al-Razaq Humad held Saturday talks with Chairwomen of Vienna-based Women without Borders (WwB) Edit Schlaffer, who is visiting Yemen currently.
During the meeting, Schlaffer briefed Humad on the goals of Sister Against Violent Extremism (SAVE), which is a first-of-its-kind initiative to encounter terrorism and extremism. It aims to establish a global network against violent extremism and create new sisterhood for women-victims and survivors of terrorist attacks.
The talks dealt with the prospect future cooperation between Yemen and WwB organization through identifying the high competence civil society organizations worked in fields of women rights and protection child from violence.
Humad welcomed the future cooperation between Yemen and Austria, representing by SAVE, affirming to facilitate the WwB delegation's tasks in Yemen.
Women without Borders (WwB) is an International advocacy, research and lobbying organization for women around the globe.
WwB supports women all over the world as they strive towards the inclusion and participation of women in all levels of decision making processes, and to bring their talents and energies in to the public arena.