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11 February 2020

Violence against women and girls is preventable but what will it take?

Join us for a high-level event to mark International Women’s Day and celebrate the end of DFID’s ground-breaking What Works to Prevent Violence Programme
Discover what have we have learned from six years of research across 12 countries on what works to prevent violence and debate how we can use this evidence to galvanise a more eective, scaled-up global response

Speakers include:

  • Rachel Jewkes, Director of the What Works Global Consortium (South Africa Medical Research Council)
  • Dorcas Coker Appiah, CEO, Gender Centre, Accra
  • Claudia Moreno, Chair of What Works Independent Advisory Board (WHO)
  • Jessica Horn, Director of Programmes, African Women’s Development Fund
  • Aldijana Sisic, Chief, UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women
  • Prabu Deepan, Head of Gender at Tearfund and technical lead for the What Works project in DRC
  • With key note remarks from a DFID minister

When: Tuesday 3 March 2020, 10.30am to 12 noon (coee from 10am)
Where: ODI, 203 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8NJ
Please RSVP by Monday 24 February 2020
to Tirhani Manganyi:

See recording of the live stream below:

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