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THE Parlotones will be joining celebrities, civil society and private and public sectors as well as the media from 54 African countries when the band members climb Kilimanjaro from March 5 to March 9 to highlight the Africa-UNiTE “Speak out Climb up to end Violence against Women and Girls” campaign.
The campaign aims to raise global awareness on ending violence against women and girls in Africa.
The Parlotones’ forthcoming album titled Journey Through The Shadows will be used to highlight important campaigns such as the Africa-UNiTE Campaign and other social issues that need to be brought out of the shadows and into the light.
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