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Wednesday, 07 March 2018 15:04

EVENT: What’s driving violence against women and girls in rural settings?

The What Works to Prevent Violence against Women and Girls Global Programme is pleased to invite you to an exciting Parallel event presenting innovative, evidence-based interventions to prevent violence against women and girls in the Global South.

Join us to hear what’s driving violence against women and girls in rural settings in Africa and Asia, interventions addressing these drivers and, a snapshot from the first release of evaluation findings fr om Tajikistan and Afghanistan.

Friday 16th March 2018
8.30am -10.00am
4W, 43rd Street: Green Room, New York, NY

Confirmed Speakers

Professor Rachel Jewkes, MRC South Africa and Director, What Works Consortium and representatives from What Works project countries in Africa and Asia.
Ms Liz Ford, Deputy Editor, The Guardian’s Global Development site
Chair: Mrs Kalliopi Mingerou,
Acting Chief of the Ending Violence against Women Section at UN-Women

Please RSVP by March 15th 2018 : Leane.Ramsoomar@mrc.ac.za

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