Photos by Kabir M Ali 
You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve put yourself in their shoes and tried to live their lives. “Walk A Mile in Her Shoes” is a march to stop rape, sexual assault and all forms of domestic violence against women.

fiji-home-volOne of the students of Oberoi International School says ” Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is an event with abundant opportunities to get people talking about preventive measures. It helps men better understand and appreciate women’s experiences, thus changing perspectives, helping improve gender relationships and decreasing the potential for violence
fiji-home-vol-1Violence against women does not just affect women; it is a societal problem. It affects the men who care about them, their families, their friends, their co-workers, and their communities. This is an initiative especially, for men, to show support and solidarity with women on domestic and sexual violence