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Webinar 5: Joining the Dots: International Conversations on Ending Violence Against Women - Shared screen with speaker view
CWASU
22:47
Welcome everyone!
Helen Mott
24:35
Hi everyone, Helen Mott in Bristol UK, sexual harassment specialist. I wonder if others could make sure they say hello to everyone - it’s set automatically to host and panellists I think
Fiona Vera Gray
25:23
Hi Helen! Yes just noticed that. Fiona Vera-Gray now from CWASU
Furaha Joy Sekai saungweme
25:29
Hello, my name is Furaha Joy of Africa End Sexual Harassment Initiative (AESHI)
CWASU
27:27
Recordings from previous sessions can be viewed here: https://cwasu.org/joining-the-dots-international-conversations-on-violence-against-women/
Alessia Tranchese
28:34
Hi everyone, Alessia from Portsmouth Uni
Sunita Kaur
29:06
Hello, my name is Sunita Kaur, from Bristol, UK, I volunteer for Bristol Women's Voice ornignsation
CWASU
33:55
https://www.unwomen.org/sites/default/files/Headquarters/Attachments/Sections/Library/Publications/2020/Brief-MeToo-Headlines-from-a-global-movement-en.pdf
Fiona Vera Gray
35:00
Amazing. Google also did an interactive visualisation thing on MeToo’s global reach https://metoorising.withgoogle.com/
CWASU
35:52
Virginia is a gender and disability rights advocate from Argentina. She is a member of Red META and works as a Communications and Programs Advisor at Women Enabled Internationalhttps://www.womenenabled.org
CWASU
36:28
Ronelle King is an Afro-Barbadian human rights activist and intersectional Caribbean feminist. In 2016, she founded the viral cyber-feminist movement #lifeinleggings, which later evolved into a grassroots organisation, Life In Leggings: Caribbean Alliance Against Gender-based Violence. As Director, her role is to ensure that the organisation fulfils its commitment to reducing the region’s pervasive rape culture and helping to eradicate regional occurrences of gender-based violence.Through her work, she has been a driving force in highlighting key issues pertaining to gender rights, youth development and the protection of marginalised communities. She views her work as helping to create an inclusive, sustainable and equitable region for all.
CWASU
37:11
www.linkedin.com/in/annihirvela#MetooEP blog website: www.metooep.comand Twitter page: @MeTooEP
CWASU
37:41
Anna: https://law.utexas.edu/transnational/directory/anna-arganashvili/
CWASU
52:07
https://lifeinleggings.org
CWASU
01:00:00
Please do post any comments or Qs in the Q&A
CWASU
01:07:21
yes!
CWASU
01:09:04
www.metooep.com
CWASU
01:19:39
That’s the #MeTooEP survey to evaluate workplace sexual harassment online during the COVID19 confinement period..
Sunita Kaur
01:20:59
Hi Annihirvela, amazing work with the EP study, my question is this study published and accessible?
Sunita Kaur
01:26:43
Thank you so much!
Ronelle
01:34:25
https://youtu.be/WaRoSu4VZgE
CWASU
01:42:04
Our last session was powerful in terms of seeing cyberspace as our right
CWASU
01:44:11
Our final session will review and reflect on our learnings from across the series. Monday 22nd at 2pm (uk) register here:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UptsvmVFSxqqOpDxvASarQ
Milica Vulovic
01:46:22
thank you
Ronelle
01:46:55
re backlash of #lifeinleggings
Ronelle
01:46:58
"What #LifeInPants #LifeInBoxers #EggplantEntries Don’t Get | Amílcar Sanatan" http://amilcarsanatan.com/lifeinpants-lifeinboxers-eggplantentries-dont-get/
Helen Mott
01:47:14
Thank you so much to the speakers for a great session and thank you too to Purna for organising this fabulous and illuminating session
CWASU
01:50:41
Register here:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UptsvmVFSxqqOpDxvASarQ
Ronelle
01:51:20
re #metoo and tCaribbean movements: https://www.standard.co.uk/culture/theatre/pearl-mackie-and-marai-larasi-on-why-uk-actresses-and-activists-are-saying-time-s-up-a3807716.html?amp
CWASU
01:52:53
Thanks everyone!
Mabel Encinas
01:52:54
Thank you very much!
Sunita Kaur
01:53:01
Thank you everyone!
Milica Vulovic
01:53:03
Thank you everyone