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Christian Aid Ireland Seminar

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Wednesday 13 December 2017, 9:00 - 15:00
Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin

 

Christian Aid Ireland is hosting this seminar on programme design for interventions and responses to reduce and prevent the risk of gender based violence (GBV).

The event will bring together stakeholders, practitioners and experts from different backgrounds to examine debates in understanding gender, how to influence a more equal distribution of power between genders, share case studies of programmatic approaches in different countries, identify trends and gaps, and discuss possible solutions.

Christian Aid Ireland has invited two international speakers, Chloe Schwenke , Director of the Global Program on Violence, Rights and Inclusion with the International Centre for Research on Women; and Aisling Swaine, Assistant Professor with LSE, Centre for Women, Peace and Security.

 

Download the event agenda.

Attendance is free but space is limited, so please register your interest using this form.

 

Additional information

Christian Aid’s global strategy on tackling violence and building peace includes a focus on reducing the risk of Gender Based Violence (GBV), ensuring survivors receive adequate support, and that women, men and institutions are working together to change the conditions that lead to GBV. 

Christian Aid Ireland, jointly funded by the Irish Research Council New Foundations scheme, is coordinating this seminar to explore current policy approaches and debates relevant to development and humanitarian settings, and seek to understand how programming interventions can become more effective.

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