enditnow® Awareness Campaign at Sahmyook Health University
Korea | NSD WM | Park SunKyeong | May 30, 2023
Students visiting the booth are encouraged to be aware of all forms of abusive behavior around them.
The Women’s Ministries of East Central Korean Conference and the Korean Adventist Women’s Association conducted an enditnow® awareness campaign at Sahmyook Health University in Seoul, Korea. The campaign booth was set up during the Week of Developing Good Personality, which was the university’s regular semiannual event, held May 8-9, 2023.
The booth distributed free healthy snacks, such as brown rice waffles and mixed grain powder drinks, and invited students to join the enditnow® initiative, which seeks to raise awareness and advocate for the end of domestic violence around the world, especially against women and children. Students who visited the booth were encouraged to commit to preventing violence in dating and marriage relationships and to be aware of all forms of abusive behavior around them.
enditnow® is a global initiative to raise awareness and advocate for the end of violence around the world. It aims to mobilize Seventh-day Adventists around the world and invites other community groups to join in to resolve this worldwide issue. For more information about enditnow® go to www.enditnow.org
Photo credit: WM Korea
Park SunKyeong, Women’s Ministries director for East Central Korean Conference, Northern Asia-Pacific Division (NSD)
Published in Mosaic newsletter, 2023 Q3