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P1020523The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Nigeria is a Non-Governmental, Non-Profit Organization made up of women lawyers which was formed in 1964....

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-To enhance and promote the welfare of women and children, realizing that on women and children’s well being depend the happiness of the home and strength of the society.

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map FIDA Nigeria’s membership is drawn from all over the country, with over 2,500 members who are female lawyers.

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FIDA Bayelsa Holds her 2018 law week

Dise Ogbise-Erhisere  outgone Chairperson FIDA Bayelsa receiving a copy of the movie from Victor Oroyi  directorscriptwriter during the premiereThe 2018 edition of FIDA Bayelsa Week has come to end with a Valedictory dinner and award night to honour distinguished personalities that have supported and contributed to the successful end of tenure of the Dise Ogbise-Erhisere-led executive council.

It was an opportunity to thank every member of the branch and other distinguished personalties that gave their support to the outgone administration.

Speaking at the valedictory dinner and award night, Dise Ogbise thanked her colleagues for giving her the opportunity to serve despite the enormous challenges. She used the medium to outline her achievement while in office.

Actors in the movie  Wall-less Prison on stage

Earlier, the branch premiered a movie titled Wall-less Prison with support from DO Foundation and FACE Initiative to help create awareness on the need to report cases of violence against women and children in society.

The movie starred FIDANs from the Bayelsa Branch, the film was written and directed by Victor Oroyi. The CDs produced was also distributed A cross section of guests at the premiere of Wall-lless Prison in Yenagoafree and tagged not to be sold.

The week also witnessed a visit to the FSP Clinic, Yenagoa, where various items were distributed to children.

A public lecture on the theme 'Whistle-blowing: A tool to curb Violence Against Women and Children in the society' was presented by Honourable Justice Ebimie Okara, a judge in Bayelsa State.

The learned judge emphasized the need for members of the public to speak up whenever they see cases of violence.

Among those that were honoured during the week are Mrs. Inime Aguma, Country Vice President /National President, Kemasuode Wodu, Honourable Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice amongst others.

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