ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Nomad Art Gallery (NAG) here Saturday opened an exhibition of posters based on theme of "Unite To End Violence Against Women" with a display of over 20 posters. These posters were made by various experienced and amateur artists including Anjum Ayub, Sadia Hyat, Humera, Maylene Rasmussan, Ilona Yusuf, Nadeem Ahmed, Abbass Shah, Ajrumand Awan, N H Kazmi, Zia Zaidi and Sonya Bajwa. These posters were selected for exhibition by three judges including Alice Shackleort, Head of UNIFEM, Renowned Poet and Activist, Kishwar Naheed, and Kamal Hayat, Head of Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF). The images captures in the posters depicting different kinds of violence against women including domestic, dowry and their rights with the help of bright and dull colours and symbolism. The Nomad centre and art gallery has celebrated International Women's Day for over two decades as part of its continuing commitment to create awareness on women's rights issues with an aim to achieve an expanded outreach. This year, the events at NAG are organised by UNIFEM-Pakistan. The organising strategies reach across genders and are reflective of the region and the current political and social situation and work to establish a clear link between local and international efforts to end gender-based violence to look at a tradition that represents at least nine decades of struggle for equality, justice, peace and development. The NAG is holding a number of two-day events in collaboration with UNIFEM which includes a panel of poets, writers and artists to share their works and the challenges overcome to establish their identity. International Women's Day is an occasion marked by women's group around the world, when women on all continents, often divided by national boundaries and by ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic and political differences, come together to celebrate their day. While on March 8, NAG will hold a seminar covering the topics of 'Institutionalising Gender Mainstreaming', 'Media and Women's Human Rights','The Rise of Violence Against Women: Highlighting Issues and Strategies','Women Dealing with Harassment and Abuse', 'Bol Keh Lab Azad Hain Teray', and Women Action Forum statement regarding women's day.