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Preventing Violence Against Women and Girls: Developing a Shared AgendaDFID/Wellspring Philanthrophic FundMonday June 3 8:45 - 11 AMRoom 212Official side event - This interactive breakfast event will highlight how policymakers, donors and international organisations can integrate the latest evidence on preventing violence against women and girls into their work to fund, implement and scale up effective initiatives.
Diverse expert speakers will include Dr. Lori Heise(Johns Hopkins University and the Prevention Collaborative), Claudia Garcia Moreno (WHO) and representatives from DfID and national governments. RSVP Here
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Shifting the Power:
A Vital Conversation about Equality and Redefining Philanthropy
The Toronto Foundation, Vancouver Foundation and Community Foundations of Canada,Monday, June 312:00 - 3:00 Fairmont WaterfrontJoin philanthropists from around the world and explore what it truly means to 'shift the power.' This session aims to meet philanthropists where they are on their own journey of learning and to inspire action to enhance gender equality globally and locally. Attendees will participate in an afternoon of intimate conversations that will explore practical next steps, and prepare them to maximize the Women Deliver experience. By invitation only.
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Feminists Organize! Busting Myths about Funding MovementsPAWHR/ProsperaTuesday June 410:30 - 12 PMRoom 220Concurrent session. Moderator: Erin Hohlfelder (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation). Speakers: Oriana Lopez; Anisha Chugh (WFA); Somer Nowak (Wellspring Philanthropic Fund); Eva Johannson (Swedish SIDA); Miren Bengoa (Fondation Chanel)
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Women’s Rights and LGBTIQ+ Rights: Stronger Together
CREA and OutRight Action International Tuesday June 410:30-12pmRoom 215-216 (Fishbowl)Interactive Session
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The Role of Activists and Donors in Strengthening and Sustaining Social MovementsGFW and IWHCTuesday June 41:30 - 2:30 PMPanel
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When Yes Means Yes: Protecting the Right to Bodily AutonomyWomen Enabled International (WEI), IPPF, Sonke Gender JusticeTuesday, June 43 - 4 PMTBDThis concurrent session will feature a panel of experts, activists and survivors from around the world for a conversation about consent and what it means in practice, particularly for some of the most marginalized communities in the world. Speakers will discuss how violations of consent underpin violations of bodily autonomy and how to ensure that these rights are respected, protected and fulfilled. Speakers:
• Stephanie Ortoleva, Women Enabled International
• Kristina Castell, Swedish Association for Sexuality Education
• Lizzie Kiama, This-Ability Kenya
• Barb Goode, Self-Advocate
• Steph Lum, Women Deliver Youth Advocate
• Abhina Akhber, HIV Aids Alliance India
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Feminist Frontline: Strategies for Resistance and ChangeThe MATCH Fund, Prospera and The Oak FoundationTuesday June 45 - 7 PMWest Meeting Room 114-115Panel, a live performance by Girl Be Heard, followed by a reception.
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Harnessing the Power of Data: Launch of the EM2030 global SDG Gender IndexEqual Measures 2030Tuesday June 45 - 7 PMReception 4-5, followed by panel event 5-7 (including TBC Melinda Gates Keynote around connecting the gender data agenda with grassroots advocacy
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Harnessing the Power of Research to Effect Gender Transformative ChangeSponsored by American Jewish World Service (AJWS), International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Realizing Sexual and Reproductive Justice (RESURJ)Tuesday June 4
8 - 10 PMWest Building, Meeting Room 213
Vancouver Convention Centre
Side Event. Panelists from research and grassroots organizations in India, Mexico, Brazil and Egypt will share their experiences of gathering evidence to bring visibility to the lived realities of women, girls and those in vulnerable situations. RSVP by clicking linked text.
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Creative Tensions around Progress Toward Gender Equality and SRHR for Different Populations around the WorldGFW and IDEOWednesday June 510:30 - 12 PMInteractive Session
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Power Talk by Susan Sygall, Founder of MIUSAMIUSAWednesday June 510:50 - 11 AMPower Talk in the Gender Equality series, https://wd2019.org/speakers-power-stage/
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At the Margins: Engaging Sidelined Communities in the Mainstream Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights Movement Women Enabled International (WEI), IPPF, Sonke Gender JusticeWednesday June 510:30 - 12 PMTBDThis concurrent session will feature a combination of storytelling and sensitive reflection to unpack the issues of marginalized communities of women and girls and their allies face in different parts of the world to achieve access to SRHR and how the mainstream women’s rights movement can and must better engage these marginalized communities. Speakers:
• Zanele Mabaso, Gender Justice
• Leiloa Asaasa, Tonga Family Health Association
• Ambrose Akanyihayo, RHU
• Smriti Dhingra, Women Deliver Youth Advocate
• Serkan Kasapoğlu, Women Deliver Youth Advocate
• Pratima Gurung, National Indigenous Disabled Women Association Nepal
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Women Workers of the World: Mobilize & Organize for your Rights!ITUC and Education International Wednesday June 51:30 - 2:30 PMTBDKrishanti Dharmaraj, ED of CWGL speaking on a panel
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Log On. Rise Up: Put the power of digital campaigning and networking in your hands!
World PulseWednesday June 51:30 - 2:30 PMTBDSkill Building session with global digital activists
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#FundHer: Is there life beyond development assistance? Join us for an exploration of diverse financing strategies for women’s rights organizationsMATCH/AWDFWednesday June 53 - 4 PMRoom 223-224
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Decriminalization and Bodily Autonomy
CREA and IWHCWednesday June 53 - 4 pmRoom 205-207 (Translation Room)Panel with Q&A
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Power Stage Talk: Stephanie OrtolevaWomen Enabled International (WEI)Thursday June 612:10 – 1:21 PM TBDWorldwide, girls and women with disabilities are regularly excluded from essential services to address gender-based violence and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Stephanie Ortoleva highlights the key ways service providers can and must be more inclusive and how we can all serve as advocates for better services.
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Funding Gender Equality and Women’s Rights - the Power of Public and Private PartnershipsPAWHR/GENDERNET/Dutch MFAThursday June 65 - 7 PMRoom 118By invitation only
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