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Turning Laws into Action: Eliminating Gender-based Violence in Asia-Pacific

The 3rd Asia Pacific Summit on Gender-based Violence

16-18 June 2021 I Hong Kong I Live on Zoom

Programme

DAY 2:  17 June 2021 (Thursday)

18:00-20:00 

HKT

Session 3: Moving towards survivor-centered approaches

Objective: Examine integrated responses that place survivors at the center. Explore multi-sectoral coordinated responses and good practices and lessons learnt about comprehensive and coordinated service delivery and providing pro-bono legal assistance to survivors of gender-based violence.

Moderator

Ms Liao Shu-wen

Secretary General, Taiwan Coalition Against Violence

(Taiwan)

Speakers

Topic:

Ms Lin Mei-Hsuan

Director, Taiwan Children's Rights Association

(Taiwan)

Topic: Gender-based violence in Japan in the context of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ms Chisato Kitanaka 

Executive Director, All Japan Women’s Shelter Network

Board Member, Asian Network of Women’s Shelters

(Japan)

Topic: Integrative Strategies for Victims of Sexual Violence

Ms Say Tee Ooi

Manager/ Registered Counselor, Women's Centre for Change (WCC) Seberang

(Malaysia)

Topic: New Development of Big Data and Early Warning Tools for Social Work Practice

Ms Liu Wen-hsiang

Director, Social Work Division, Social Affairs Bureau, New Taipei City

(Taiwan)

Topic:

Ms Linda SY Wong

Executive Director, Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women

(Hong Kong)

20:00-20:30

HKT

Break

20:30-22:30

HKT

Session 4: Emerging Challenges Across AP - Digital & Image-based Gender & Sexual Violence

Objective: Present newly emerged challenges (online GBV, spy cam.) and discuss ways forward. 

Moderator

Ms Linda SY Wong

Executive Director, Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women

(Hong Kong)

Speakers

Topic:

Ms Jacey Kan

Advocacy Officer, Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women

(Hong Kong)

Topic: Experiences of working with Facebook on NCII

Ms Chen Yi-ling

Secretary General, ECPAT Taiwan

(Taiwan)

Topic: Mechanisms and influences on media (including online platforms) in Taiwan (IWIN) 

Ms Liu Yu-jun

Executive Secretary, iWIN Network Content Protection Organization

(Taiwan)

Topic:

Ms Sophie Mortimer

Manager, Revenge Porn Helpline of UK

(United Kingdom)

Topic:

Ms Shailey Hingorani 

Head of Advocacy & Research, AWARE of Singapore

(Singpore)

Language: Simultaneous English/Putonghua/Cantonese interpretation will be provided

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