2016 Events

 

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Beirut Book Launch for Violence without Borders Featuring Author Yakın Ertürk

Thursday December 15, 2016:  5:00pm - 7:00pm Beirut (GMT+2)

Lebanese American University, Adnan Kassar School of Business 0904

 

Women's Learning Partnership (WLP), the Collective for Research & Training on Development - Action (CRTD-A), and the Lebanese American University will host the Beirut launch of Violence without Borders: Paradigm, policy and praxis concerning violence against women on December 15, 2016 from 5:00pm-7:00pm Beirut (GMT+2). The launch features author Yakın Ertürk and a keynote address by the Dutch Ambassador to Lebanon. The discussion will be moderated by Asma Khader, President of Sisterhood is Global Institute-Jordan (SIGI/J) and Lina Abou-Habib, Executive Director of WLP.

 


 


 

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When Home Is Where the Harm Is: Family Law Reform to Challenge Gender-Based Violence

Thursday, March 17 2016:  10:00am - 3:00pm

The Auditorium at Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall, 66, West 12th Street, New York

 


 

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CSW 60 Parallel Event:
Lifelines: The Poetry of Human Rights

Saturday March 19, 2016:  10:30am

Church Center for the United Nations, 2nd Floor 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017

 


 

 

CSW 60 Parallel Event: 
Family Law and Violence: Reports from the Field

Wednesday March 16, 2016:  4:30pm - 6:00pm

Salvation Army Downstairs, 221 East 52nd Street, New York, NY

At CSW60 this March, WLP intends to approach the review theme of elimination and prevention of violence against women from an innovative angle. Around the world, women are impacted by gender-related legislation that determines their right to marry, travel, hold a job, choose their place of residence, or make decisions about their children’s rights. WLP will present the research and solutions of scholars and activists who have witnessed the connection between these laws as practiced in parts of the Global South and violence against women. The session will discuss the cultural, traditional, and religious foundations of these laws and demonstrate that legal reform is directly related to ending violence against women. Panelists will share challenges and best practices in legal reform from their countries and discuss next steps for the 2015-2030 agenda.

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