The Girls Dance Movement is a social impact initiative that uses dance to build a safe space for young women in underprivileged communities. The Girls Dance Movement programme comprised regular dance sessions in the genres of urban and contemporary, accompanied by a participant-led collaborative conceptualisation and execution of a final dance project. The pilot programme started with a group of 12 girls, and completed with 22 girls at a refugee camp in Lebanon. The Girls Dance Movement collaborated with young women in building space to safely engage in physical exercise and creative expression within their community.
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NUS STUDENT EXPELLED AFTER FILMING "PIAK PIAK" FOOTAGE WITH 2 GIRLS
NUS STUDENT EXPELLED AFTER FILMING “PIAK PIAK” FOOTAGE WITH 2 GIRLS
Jonathan Angga Dharmawan Jie was charged on Friday Jun 5 with four counts of intending to insult a woman's modesty by intruding on her privacy, along with a fifth charge of criminal trespass and a sixth charge of possessing an obscene film. According to charge sheets, all four instances occurred in the wee hours of Aug 28 last year. He allegedly took another clip of her a few minutes later, before targeting a second victim past 4am at the same hostel. For each charge of insulting a woman's modesty, Angga can be jailed for up to a year, fined, or both.
Our founder, Ayesha , shares of our humble beginnings back in , and why we do what we do: " She goes on further speak more on our latest projects and the future direction of 21C Girls! Click here for the full feature.