Hannah McKeeth

Hannah McKeeth (CEMUJER): Hannah was born and brought up in Panama City, Panama. Growing up in Central America greatly influenced her understanding of society and development. From Panama, she moved to Langley, BC, Canada, where she did her undergraduate studies at Trinity Western University in History and Political Studies. Upon graduation, she became a parent and community educator through Advocates Against Family Violence in southern Idaho. It was in this job that she became aware of the complex issues surrounding domestic violence and challenges that immigrants face in the United States. Following this, Hannah spent a year defining her passion for storytelling and clarifying her vision for her future through a fellowship with the Trinity Forum Academy.



Documentation Library

05 Dec

Cemujer contributes to the furthering of serious thinking about gender, violence against women, and other similar topics not only by contributing at academic and popular conferences, handing out general pamphlets and fliers and community and educational events but they also have a “Document Center” where they keep a library of documents and books on subjects as various as “Domestic Violence in El Salvador”, “Femicide”, “Legal Reviews on Women’s Issues”, “International Conventions”, etc. These documents are used by different organizations, individual researchers, students, among others. The resource is an important memory and tool for those who are working to further improve the status of women, women’s research, and policy in defense of women in El Salvador.

Posted By Hannah McKeeth

Posted Dec 5th, 2008

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