How non-specialist organisations can contribute to tackling Intimate Partner Violence
Ripple Effect is hosting an online event on Wednesday 13 April 2022 at 9:00 USA-EDT (Eastern Daylight Time), 14:00 UK-BST (British Summer Time), 15:00 South Africa-SAST (South Africa Standard Time) 16:00 E Africa-EAT (East Africa Time) to discuss how non-specialist organisations can contribute to tackling Intimate Partner Violence.
The one hour event will draw from a recently published report: Examining the effectiveness of a gender transformative approach in economic empowerment programs to reduce Intimate Partner Violence.
It summarises the key findings from research conducted by Ripple Effect Kenya and the Global Women’s Institute, funded by a Development Marketplace award from the Sexual Violence Research Initiative and the World Bank.
Ripple Effect will present a summary of the research findings, followed by a discussion and Q & A with a panel of experts.
Speakers and Panellists:
- Diana Arango Senior Gender-based Violence & Development Specialist, World Bank
- Angelica Pino Capacity Strengthening Specialist, Sexual Violence Research Initiative
- Maureen Murphy Research Scientist, Global Women's Institute
- Sofanit Mesfin Regional Gender & Social Inclusion Coordinator, Ripple Effect
- Sylvia Owino Regional Gender & Social Inclusion Officer, Ripple Effect
- Winnifred Mailu Head of Thematic Support and Capacity Building, Ripple Effect
- Titus Sagala Country Director, Ripple Effect Kenya
- Peg Bavin, Director of Programme Funding, Ripple Effect