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Webinar Violence Against Women in Time of Covid-19
Monday 29 June 2020

Dear UPF E-News Subscribers, 

 
We are happy to inform you that the Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations will be holding its next webinar.
 
Theme"Violence Against Women in Time of Covid-19"
 
Monday, June 29, 2020 - 10 am in New York ( 4 pm in Vienna, Austria)

Webinar registration required at: 
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MODERATOR:
Michael Platzer, Co-Chair, Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations
 
SPEAKERS:
 
  • Dubravka Šimonovic, UN Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women
  • Sakena Yacoobi, Director of the Afghan Institute of Learning
  • Shahin Ashraf, Head of Global Advocacy for Islamic Relief Worldwide (invited)
  • Ugoji Eze, Founder, Eng Aja Eze Foundation 
  • Fatma Ismetova UshevaResearcher, UNODC
  • Vesna Nikolić-RistanovićBelgrade U; Director Victimology Society Serbia 
  • Anna Alvazzi del FrateChair, The Alliance of NGOs on CPCJ
 
Webinar sponsored by: The Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations
 
Co-Sponsored by:
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
KAICIID International Dialogue Center
The Alliance of NGOS on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
NGO Committee on the Status of Women in Vienna
 
The Coalition of FBOs Webinar Series: The FBO Coalition is a broadly-based multi-faith coalition of leading representatives of the world’s great religious traditions, along with interfaith and civil society leaders, academics, and practitioners actively engaged in criminal justice and crime prevention. The Coalition of FBOs supports the work of various UN agencies, most notably the UNODC, as well as the Vienna-based NGO Alliance for Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice.