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European Network Series – The UN World Data Forum and what this means for SDG indicators and progress
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10:30 - 1pm Saturday 25th March Francis Taylor Building Speakers: Comfort Momoh MBE – FGM Consultant and Public Health Specialist Joy Clarke – FGM Specialist Midwife This is a free event but a suggested donation of £10.00 to UN WOMEN’s Fund for Gender Equality is warmly encouraged. It is essential to register prior to the event to secure places. We expect it to be a popular event - to secure your place please e-mail: email@example.com For more information open the document…Find out more »
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*Live Stream on Facebook* available, as tickets have now sold out. Like their Facebook page here to receive updates about the live stream. Persia Education Foundation and Small Media will be hosting an event at University College London to mark the launch of Small Media’s new report Wasted Youth: Children’s Rights in Iran. Wasted Youth identifies a number of areas in which Iran is failing to live up to its obligations to the UN Convention on the Rights of the…Find out more »
14-15 October 2017 FiLia's annual conference (previously known as the Feminism in London conference) is at the heart of their work promoting equality and diversity, human rights, and the arts. FiLia creates an explicitly feminist conference which is woman-run and woman-led with the objective of being inclusive of all women, including women with disabilities, women of colour, LGBT women, younger and older women, women on lower incomes and women with children. This is all with the aim of sharing the incredible work…Find out more »
This event will be in two halves, the first looking at CSW 61 (2017) and what has (or not) been achieved, and the second half looking forward to CSW62 (2018). This event is a great opportunity for people wanting to learn about CSW to attend, and for those who are thinking of going to CSW in March to begin their preparations on the themes. There will be time for interaction and questions, and we would like this to be as…Find out more »
A Breast Cancer Prevention Month event by From Pink to Prevention – hosted by Helen Hayes MP. 26th October 11 am – 1 pm, Attlee Room, Portcullis House. Speakers include: Helen Hayes MP, Zarin Hainsworth OBE, Chair NAWO, Helen Lynn, From Pink to Prevention, Hilda Palmer, Hazards Campaign, Nick Mole Policy Office Pesticide Action Network UK. As we come to the end of Breast Cancer Prevention Month, we will be asking the question ‘what are the implications for breast cancer after Brexit?’ and exploring…Find out more »
As part of our European Network Series on Violence Against Women and Girls as well as the #16days of activism for the same, NAWO will hold an event looking particularly at violence against young women and girls. We aim to look at the situation of prostitution and trafficking across Europe, working with partners and highlighting a recent project undertaken by NAWO with partners in Estonia and Latvia. The event will be undertaken with the European Women’s Lobby and MEPs and…Find out more »
Please allow time for security and bring this invitation with you Hosted: David Drew MP Panel: Soraya Deen (Founder of the Muslim Women Speakers Bureau) Faeeza Vaid (Execu@ve Director Muslim Women’s Network UK) Ahlam Akram (Founder & Director Basira) Film: Ana Ahlaam: documentary exploring gender-based violence experienced by women Palestinian refugees This is a female only space. We will be observing Chatham House rules. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com Access to Justice FlyerFind out more »
NAWO is pleased to partner with Stroud High and National Lottery Awards for All to deliver this taste of CSW to students from across Gloucestershire in this groundbreaking event. Participants will learn about what CSW is, the values and messages behind it and the call to action which it embodies. The day will be a Learning & Action event. This means participants will be inspired and supported to deliver follow up events to share their learning with their local…Find out more »
Widows Rights International is proud to host this event in the House of Lords to discuss challenges, best practice and possible solutions for child and young widows. Widowhood in all its forms has huge implications for women and children the world over. One area that is rarely discussed is child widows. The increase in child marriage has led to an increase in child and young widows. This interactive panel of experts, activists and young women, will highlight the challenges, share…Find out more »