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My Child, My Sister by Violaine de Villers

Story
Khadia Diallo is a Senegalese woman who emigrated to Belgium. In her country she suffered the most serious sexual mutilation. She discovered in Belgium that these mutilations were an attack to women€™s physical integrity, dignity, right to happiness and pleasure. She founded the GAMS (Gathering for the Abolition of Female Sexual Mutilations) in Brussels.

Director
Violaine de Villers
Copyright Holder
UniversCine
Duration
53 min.
Year of release
2005
Language
French

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