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Is There Justice for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence?


How do we ensure justice for survivors of gender-based violence? How do we protect and support them? And how do we address harms in different legal systems varying from centuries old customary practices to international law and norms? On UN day, three human rights practitioners with vast experience at the national and international level talk about their experiences and life-time motivation to pursue justice for survivors of gender-based violence.

About the speakers:

Cecilia Jimenez-Damary, a human rights lawyer from the Philippines, shares her experience as UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons.
Zainab Malik, a Pakistani human rights lawyer, has provided legal representation to prisoners on death row, and survivors of sexual violence and police torture.
Teresa Mugadze, a human rights lawyer from Zimbabwe, currently working in Liberia, affiliated with IDLO.

Joining the dialogue will be more than twenty experienced IDLO practitioners working to advance justice for survivors of gender-based violence in countries as diverse as Afghanistan, Liberia, Myanmar, Honduras, Mexico and Mongolia. Be part of this dialogue and share your thoughts, ideas and experiences about pursuing justice for victims of human rights abuses.

Moderator of the event is Janet H. Anderson. Janet is an editor and journalist; an experienced facilitator and trainer who works with local media to improve their coverage of survivors of sexual and gender-based violence.

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Is it possible to achieve positive peace and international justice without raising ethical standards?

Every year there are around a hundred armed conflicts in the world, ranging from large scale conflicts to smaller conflicts. Peace has been defined in a negative way as the ‘absence of armed conflict’, regardless of the level of other armed violence like organized crime…

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  • Ir. Johannes van der Harst says, "Message *The materialistic focus can be diminished by education, including good relations via all sorts of aquaintices and stimulating polit... Read more"
  • Tony Oposa Jr says, "Excellent message. Look forward to making contact with you one day. Keep up the good work!"

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