Clothing worn by women from Trinidad and Tobago who were murdered by their partners are now part of an exhibit at the United Nation's office in Geneva, Switzerland to highlight violence against women.
The exhibition was organized by the Israeli Permanent Mission to the UN in cooperation with the Greek and Cypriot Permanent Missions and presented clothing pieces from victims from all three countries.
Also, for the first time, clothing pieces from victims in Trinidad and Tobago and from the US were shown in the exhibition.
The exhibition put on by Keren Goldstein Yehezkeli presents the clothes of women who were murdered by their partners and is designed to raise awareness of the issue.
Goldstein is an Israeli documentary film director and activist and is leading a number of unique collaborations with government and private institutions to raise awareness of gender-based violence.
It is known as the “She’s Gone" project.
It is not yet clear which victims of T&T are represented in the exhibit.
Over 20 women have been murdered in T&T so far this year.
Source: The Jerusalem Post