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Dr Marie Lefebvre Portrait joins H.O.P.E Digital Art Project #75Women.
#75Women launched on the 7th June 2021. 12 new portraits were added to The H.O.P.E Digital Art Project. The project aims to raise awareness of and celebrates Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic women working / advocating / campaigning within the domestic abuse & sexual violence sector. 
Meena Kumari, H.O.P.E Training and Consultancy Founder and Trustee at Quetzal invited Dr Marie Lefebvre, Development Officer and Project Facilitator for the Breaking the Silence Initiative along with a fantastic group of women including Aymur Ozdemir, Charlotte Maxwell, Dame Claudine Duberry, Farad Naseer, Jackie Kibs. Mandy Sanghera, Mariam Ahmed, Michaela Campbell, Sabreena Grant, Sahar Beg, Sonia Jahal.
At Quetzal, we are ever so grateful and thankful for the H.O.P.E. Training and Consultancy which throughout the Breaking the Silence Initiative offered their support by inviting Quetzal on their DV / SV Covid19 Calls,  Volunteer Community Connectors and staff to deliver interventions in their three-round of Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit 12-week Programme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Female Survivors living in Leicester,  to participate in the H.O.P.E. Digital Art Project and finally for all their insights and work put through the board of trustees.
Celebrate those #75women and H.O.P.E Training and Consultancy. Visit their website to learn more about their work building a national platform for professionals and survivors to discuss the impact of domestic abuse in minority ethnic communities.

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