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Combating Sexual Violence: Legal and Systemic ReformGlobal Rights for Women, Harvard Law School Gender Violence Program, and La Strada in Moldova3/14/20168:30 AMCCUN10th Floor
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From the Trafficker’s Perspective: What Will it Really Take to End Human Trafficking?Pathways To Peace, The Fyera Foundation/Operation Big Sister Stigamot, Amma's Embracing the World, The Nest Foundation3/14/20168:30 AMCCUN2nd Floor
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Global Funding Solutions from Social EntrepreneursOneMama.org, Women's Intercultural Network, 50 Women3/14/20168:30 AMCCUNBoss
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Are Women an Essential Part of Security Sector Reform and the Achievement of SDG 16?SecurityWomen, National Alliance of Women's Organisations (NAWO)3/14/20168:30 AMCCUNDrew
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#PornHatesWomen: Prevention Strategies to Reduce Risk of Substance Abuse and Violence Against Women by Engaging Families & Communities to Fight PornUnited Families International, Fight The New Drug, The Leadership Foundation3/14/20168:30 AMCCUNHardin
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Economic Empowerment of Young Women by Promoting Involvement in High Technology Industry Design: Young Women Entrepreneurship in R&D InnovationWomen and Democracy Association, TUBITAK MARTEK, Sanlab Simulation, İGDAŞ, 360, AVL, ibaysoft3/14/20168:30 AMTCCRoom 2
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Women's Leadership in Community-led DevelopmentThe Hunger Project and the Movement for Community-Led Development (a network of 25 international NGOs)3/14/201610:30 AMCCUN10th floor
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Widowhood: A Social, Economic, & Humanitarian CrisisGlobal Fund for Widows3/14/201610:30 AMCCUN2nd Floor
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Why Addressing the Control of Sexuality is Critical to Ending Child MarriageAJWS, CARE, IWHC, GreeneWorks, Nirantar3/14/201610:30 AMCCUNBoss
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RMNCH in Nigeria: Innovative Advocacy to Save Women’s LivesChampions for Change3/14/201610:30 AMCCUNDrew
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Greater Voice & Participation for Women: Nonprofit/CBO Voter Engagement Strategies in North AmericaYWCA USA, YWCA Canada, Nonprofit Vote3/14/201610:30 AMCCUNHardin
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Development of Programs and Evaluation Methodologies Designed to Achieve Gender EqualityArmenian International Women's Association3/14/201610:30 AMCUNYRoom 1
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The Role of Women in Culture, Government Activity and the Economic Market in Sustainable DevelopmentFederation of Zoroastrian Associations of North America3/14/201610:30 AMCUNYRoom 2
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Cybercrime against Women and Girls on Stalking, Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence and Human TraffickingPan-Pacific & Southeast Asia Women's Association International, NNEDV (National Network to End Domestic Violence), Cyber Angels: A program of Guardian Angels, Foundation for Women’s Rights Promotion and Development3/14/201610:30 AMTCCRoom 1
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Innovations in Clean Energy Access to Promote Women’s Safety and EmpowermentSolar Cookers International, Women’s Refugee Commission3/14/201610:30 AMTCCRoom 2
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Impact Testimony - The Reality of Prostitution's Legal Frameworks on the GroundSPACE International, The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, The Women's Front of Norway3/14/201612:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Women Peacekeeping Teams Use Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP) Methods in South SudanNonviolent Peaceforce, Women Graduates-USA, Institute for Inclusive Security3/14/201612:30 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Women’s Entrepreneurship & Empowerment in the Clean Household Energy SectorGlobal Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, ENERGIA3/14/201612:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Advocacy Training: YouthNGO CSW/NY3/14/201612:30 PMCCUNDrew
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The Power of Women’s and Girls’ Voices: New Directions in Collective AdvocacyWomen Thrive Worldwide, Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE)3/14/201612:30 PMCCUNHardin
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Sustainable Development Through Women's AssociationsNorwegian Women's Public Health Association, Women's Health Association of Ethiopia3/14/201612:30 PMCUNYRoom 1
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How Technology Can be Harnessed to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls in The Digital and Technological AgeAustralian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA), WESNET (Women’s Services Network), National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) (US)3/14/201612:30 PMCUNYRoom 2
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No Power, No Safety: Violence Prevention & Women’s EmpowermentYWCA Canada, Canadian Network of Women’s Shelters & Transition Houses, YWCA Palestine, Our Watch, Australia, Barbra Schlifer Clinic3/14/201612:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Violencia machista y derechos sexuales y reproductivos en la agenda global y en la agenda de CataluñaConsejo Nacional de las Mujeres de Cataluña, Generalitat de CatalunyaAjuntament de Barcelona3/14/201612:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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From the Global to the Local: CEDAW Activism in the United StatesThe Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, The Leadership Conference Education Fund, Women's Intercultural Network, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women, Los Angeles City Commission on the Status of Women3/14/20162:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Engaging Employers, Empowering Women: How to Activate the Private Sector to Advance Women in the WorkplaceSan Francisco Department on the Status of Women, Gap, Inc., Google3/14/20162:30 PMCCUN2nd floor
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Women's Empowerment, Part 1European Women Lawyers Association, Wales Assembly of Women3/14/20162:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Girls Re-Think Inequality and Privilege: A Workshop with Girl ActivistsGirl Scouts of the USA, Girls Learn International, Working Group on Girls3/14/20162:30 PMCCUNChapel
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Déclaration des Naissances et Autonomisation des FemmesRegards de Femmes, Fiducial3/14/20162:30 PMCCUNDrew
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Engaging with the UNSRVAW on an Offical Visit to South AfricaInternational Network to End Violence Against Women, Gender Equality Centre, Empilisweni Aids Education and Training Centre, Masimanyane Women's Support Centre3/14/20162:30 PMCCUNHardin
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Thinking Beyond the Possible: Inspiring Future Female World LeadersJustina Mutale Foundation for Leadership, National Alliance of Women Organisations, UK, Widows Rights International, Advance, ICGJI3/14/20162:30 PMCUNYRoom 1
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Girls Not BridesWomen and Children Development Association of Liberia (WOCDAL)3/14/20162:30 PMCUNYRoom 2
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Every Hour Counts: Survivors and Global Leaders Discuss the Importance of Rapid Access to Post-Rape CareTogether for Girls3/14/20162:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Empowerment Based Programs to Build Resilience: Experiences from Latin America, Kenya, and the Syria CrisisRelief International, Solar Cookers International, The Hunger Project3/14/20162:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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What Sustainable Development Means for Girls: The Links between Changing Economic Structures, Equitable Development, the Agency of GirlsAmerican Jewish World Service, FRIDA3/14/20164:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Ending Violence Against Women and GirlsUN Watch, Liberal International, the International Network of Liberal Women3/14/20164:30 PMCCUN2nd floor
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MWAN Enhancing Women’s Health & Empowerment – A Tool for Sustainable DevelopmentMedical Women's Association of Nigeria3/14/20164:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Ensuring Gender Equality and Sustainable Livelihood in Post-disaster SituationWomen's Rehabilitation Center (WOREC Nepal)3/14/20164:30 PMCCUNDrew
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Youth & Sustainable PeacebuildingGlobal Network of Women Peacebuilders, Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Girl Guides3/14/20164:30 PMCUNYRoom 1
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The Successful Practices in Enabling the Slum Dweller Women in IranUniversity of Calgary, Imam Ali’s Popular Students Relief Society3/14/20164:30 PMCUNYRoom 2
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Women of the Farming Community and the Challenges of Climate ChangeCentre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society, PAIRVI, Kishan Sewa Samiti, Stree Adhar Kendra3/14/20164:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Changing Lives Through International CooperationHadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc., World ORT3/14/20164:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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Breaking Cycles of Poverty through Education: Models from Presbyterian ChurchesPresbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Presbyterian Women in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Presbyterian Church of East Africa, National Woman’s Guild, Presbyterian Women Aotearoa, New Zealand3/14/20166:15 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Sustainable Tourism: Education, Environment and EconomicsNational Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., National Council of Women, US, Nation to Nation, National Council of Negro Women3/14/20166:15 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Engaging Men of Faith to Be Champions in the Fight to End Gender-Based ViolenceWe Will Speak Out U.S., IMA World Health3/14/20166:15 PMCCUNBoss
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What Has Empowerment Got to do With Women, Girls and Sustainable Development?WILPF US Section3/14/20166:15 PMCCUNDrew
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Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/14/201610:30-2:00 PMCCUNChapel
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North America and Europe Regional Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/14/20164:30-7:30 PMCCUNChapel
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A World We Women Want--Towards CSW60 and BeyondAll India Womens Fund Association, All India Womens Conference, Development Alternatives3/15/20168:30 AMCCUN10th Floor
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Reconnecting with Grassroots Movements for Sustainable DevelopmentSocialist International Women (SIW), Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), Jean-Jaurès Foundation3/15/20168:30 AMCCUN2nd Floor
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Sticking to our Goals: Scholars and Donors as Agents of Women’s Empowerment and Sustainable DevelopmentGlobal Women's Fund of the Episcopal Diocese of New York3/15/20168:30 AMCCUNBoss
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Women's Empowerment, Sustainable Development and Strategies to Eliminate Violence Against Women and Girls: Sociological ContributionsInternational Sociological Association, Criminologists Without Borders3/15/20168:30 AMCCUNDrew
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Empowering the Excluded and Marginalized: Challenges and SuccessesAll India Women's Conference, International Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, Women and Memory Forum, Egypt3/15/20168:30 AMCCUNHardin
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Ensuring Women's Equal Participation in the Cyber RevolutionCentre for Social Research3/15/20168:30 AMSAAuditorium
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Increasing Repression Against Civil Society, an Obstacle to the SDGsCordaid, The Global Network of Women Peacebuilders, The Afghan Women's Network, CJR 1325, Together We Build it Foundation3/15/20168:30 AMSADownstairs
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Women Empowerment in Conflict Affected Areas, Opportunities and ChallengesWomen Organization for Development3/15/20168:30 AMTCCRoom 2
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Role of Women Physicians in Sustainable Development by addressing VAWMedical Women's International Association, African Views, American Medical Women's Association3/15/201610:30 AMCCUN10th Floor
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Empowering Women to End HungerUnited Methodist Women, the NGO Working Group on Food and Hunger at the UN, Grassroots International3/15/201610:30 AMCCUN2nd floor
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What Women Want 2.0 - The World's Biggest Conversation to Effect Change.We Are Women C.I.C3/15/201610:30 AMCCUNBoss
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The Role of Women Human Rights Defenders and Feminist Organisations in Realising Goal 16 of the Agenda 2030CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Oaxaca Network WHRDs, Frida, The Young Feminist Fund, IWRAW Asia Pacific, Center for Egyptian Women's Legal Assistance3/15/201610:30 AMCCUNChapel
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Together to End Violence Against Women in the MENA/Asia Region- Lessons Learned from Iran, Tajikistan, Egypt and LebanonInternational Civil Society Action Network (ICAN)3/15/201610:30 AMCCUNDrew
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The Gender-Based Violence Emergency Response and Protection InitiativeVital Voices Global Partnership, Promundo – US, The International Organization for Migration3/15/201610:30 AMCCUNHardin
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#GirlsVoices for Change: Putting Girls at the Center of DevelopmentRise Up3/15/201610:30 AMSAAuditorium
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AIDOS field experience to promote women’s economic empowerment through virtual business incubators in the Middle East, Asia and AfricaAIDOS-Associazione Italiana Donne per lo Sviluppo3/15/201610:30 AMTCCRoom 1
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SDGs and Their Links to CEDAW, BPFA, CPD and UNSCR 1325APWW-Asia Pacific Women's Watch, JERA International, ARROW, WPS Advocacy Group, IWRAW - AP3/15/201610:30 AMTCCRoom 2
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Empowerment Through Organizing: Worker Activism for Economic JusticeSolidarity Center, Rutgers Center for Women's Global Leadership, AFL-CIO3/15/201612:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Educate to Lead: The Role of Education in Sustainable Development for Crisis SituationsSoroptimist International3/15/201612:30 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Coordinated Community Response: a Tried and True Model for Implementing Violence Against Women LawsGlobal Rights for Women, Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, Women’s Law Center in Moldova, and the Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation3/15/201612:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Forced Migration, Human Trafficking, and Child Armies: How ISIL Is Exploiting the Conflict in the Middle EastGreek Orthodox Archdiocesan Council (GOAC), World Council of Churches, Lutheran Office for World Community3/15/201612:30 PMCCUNChapel
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Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/15/201612:30 PMCCUNDrew
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Sustainable Development Goal and Access to JusticeLegal Aid and Consultancy Center3/15/201612:30 PMCCUNHardin
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Engaging Women in Sustainable Development: Family. Transformtaion. Co-Prosperity.Women's Federation for World Peace, International (WFWPI), Association de Intervention pour les Meres, AIM; and Family Watch International3/15/201612:30 PMSAAuditorium
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Women’s shelters and the global effort to mitigate and prevent violence against women and girlsAsian Network of Women's Shelters (ANWS), Global Network of Women's Shelters (GNWS), The Garden of Hope Foundation, Taiwan3/15/201612:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Empowering Women to be Leaders of Sustainable DevelopmentBuddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, Caritas Freetown Foundation, Healey Foundation, AmeriCare3/15/201612:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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Raising the Floor and Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Justice, Politics, Education and Medicine: Empowering and Protecting the Rights of Women and GirlsInternational Police Executive Symposium3/15/20162:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Women and Technology: Effective Video Documentation of Sexual Violence - Lessons LearntWITNESS3/15/20162:30 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Who Profits on the Exploitation of Women’s Bodies?Swedish Women's Lobby3/15/20162:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Empowering Women in Small Business Through Online Training & Mentoring that Develops Sustainable Enterprises Providing Social, Environment & Economic Community BenefitsBelmont Business Enterprise Centre Inc. (BEC Global), TCF WA Inc. (TCF Global), BPW Western Australia (BPWA WA)3/15/20162:30 PMCCUNChapel
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Peace at the Frontline of the Sustainable Development GoalsIsis-Women's International Cross Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE), Women Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC), National Alliance Women Human Rights Defenders (NAWHRD)3/15/20162:30 PMCCUNDrew
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Financing for Gender Equality Implementation of Commitments to End VAWNGO/CSW/AFRICA, EASSI3/15/20162:30 PMCCUNHardin
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Ensuring the Centrality of Women's Economic Empowerment in the Post 2015 Development AgendaIlitha Labantu, African Independent Women Forum, Southern Caucus of NGO3/15/20162:30 PMSAAuditorium
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WOMEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES WITH CEDAW AND HABITAT IIIWomen’s Intercultural Network (WIN), Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, Center for Women’s Global Leadership, WUNRN- Women’s United Nations Resource Network, US Women Connect3/15/20162:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Challenging Social Norms to Prevent Violence Against Women and GirlsOxfam, Due Diligence Project3/15/20162:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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Developing an Islamic Response to Combating & Speaking out Against Gender Based ViolenceIslamic Relief Worldwide3/15/20164:30 PMCCUN10th Floor
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Men and Youth Mobilize for the Abolition of ProstitutionEuropean Women's Lobby, Equality Now, Coalition Against Trafficking in Women3/15/20164:30 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Business and Women’s Human RightsFOKUS3/15/20164:30 PMCCUNBoss
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Women's Leadership & Peace Building through Muslim and Jewish Sacred TextsSisterhood of Salaam Shalom3/15/20164:30 PMCCUNDrew
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Feminism - From Lobbism to ParliamentarismFI3/15/20164:30 PMCCUNHardin
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How to Work Strategically to Ensure Governments Fullfil Their SDG Commitments on Women’s Rights – Launch of a New ‘Implementation and Accountability Advocacy Toolkit’Womankind Worldwide, Saathi, FIDA Kenya, DEMUS Peru3/15/20164:30 PMSAAuditorium
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les femmes dans les situations de conflits et développement durableAssociation ALHIDN3/15/20164:30 PMTCCRoom 1
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Means of Implementation for Reaching Gender Equality in SDGsForum of Women's NGOs of Kyrgyzstan3/15/20164:30 PMTCCRoom 2
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Feminist Sociological Research and Economic Sustainable DevelopmentSociologists for Women in Society3/15/20166:15 PMCCUN10th Floor
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MALA Presents Special Screening of HE NAMED ME MALALAMALA: Muslim American Leadership Alliance, Morgan Stanley Participant Media, Malala Fund3/15/20166:15 PMCCUN2nd Floor
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Changing Mindset: Empowering Latin American Young Girls through Multi-Stakeholder Leadership in the Achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 5Mayama, A.C., Diujando un Mañana, A.C., Office of the Secretary General's Envoy on Youth3/15/20166:15 PMCCUNBoss
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The Demographic Shift and Gender Participation in Conflict Situation Within the Benue Valley of NigeriaWomen's Right to Education Programme (WREP)3/15/20166:15 PMCCUNDrew
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Human Rights and Trafficking in Persons: Empowering Women to Address PovertySex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, City Bar Justice Center, New York Asian Women’s Center, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Legal Aid Society3/15/20166:15 PMCCUNHardin
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Arab and MENA Regional Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/15/201610:30-2:00 PMSADownstairs
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Asia and Pacific Regional Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/15/20162:30-6:00 PMSADownstairs
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Africa Regional Advocacy TrainingNGO CSW/NY3/15/20164:30-7:30 PMCCUNChapel
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