From May 29, 2019 11:30 until 12:30
Adopted in April 2019, the UN Resolution 2467 calls for a survivor-centered approach to the prevention of sexual violence against women in conflict, and emboldens efforts to strengthen justice and accountability around the issue. But how can we ensure such non-binding resolutions are actually implemented on the ground? What does a viable action plan to stop violence against women in war look like?
Hosted by the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience and the Global Action Against Mass Atrocity Crimes, this webinar will bring together experts on the subject to discuss the importance of the resolution and the equally important next steps that need to be taken to guarantee that perpetrators are held accountable, that survivors’ needs are met through a holistic range of practical and sustainable support, and that NGOs, activists and other allies can equip women with the training and networks they need to be active leaders on this issue.
- Fatou Baldeh, Founder and CEO of Women in Leadership
- Gunnar Berkemeier, Specialist, UN Peace Operations, Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations
- Milica Kostic, Program Director, International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
- Akila Radhakrishnan, President, Global Justice Center
- Elizabeth Silkes, Executive Director, International Coalition of Sites of Conscience