Why Collecting Data on Femicide Matters Event—Dec 8th, 18:00 (CET), ZOOM

December 8, 2020 — Events
Summary:

Why collecting data on femicide matters? In collaboration with UNODC and SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality),  UNSA Vienna is hosting, on December 8, an online event to talk about the paramount importance that data collection on femicide has. On this occasion, the Volume XIII of the UNSA Vienna FEMICIDE Collection “Collecting Data on Femicide” will be introduced.  

 

Author(s) / Source: UNSA Vienna Femicide Team

Femicide is gender related killing of women and girls because of their sex and/ or gender, because they are women and girls. It constitutes gender-based violence against women and girls and is a human rights violation. 

Why collecting data on femicide matters? In collaboration with UNODC and SAGE (Students Advocating for Gender Equality),  UNSA Vienna is hosting, on December 8, an online event to talk about the paramount importance that data collection on femicide has. On this occasion, the Volume XIII of the UNSA Vienna FEMICIDE Collection “Collecting Data on Femicide” will be introduced.  

The event will be online/ZOOM and live streamed on the SAGE and the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna Facebook pages. 

We are looking forward to seeing you. We will address all your questions in our final Q&A session.

Panellists

Saide Mobayed, Editor of the Femicide Watch Platform, UNSA Vienna

Dr. Henrike Landré, Co-Chair, Co-founder and Initiator of the Femicide Watch Platform, UNSA Global Network

Dr. Michael Platzer, Liaison Officer and Initiator of the FEMICIDE publication series, UNSA Vienna

Dr. Enrico Bisogno, Leader of the Data Development and Dissemination Section, UNODC Vienna

Moderation:

Esther Madi
MAIS2 Student, Vienna School of International Studies

Please join us by clicking here: https://zoom.us/j/93488001565?pwd=QVRpYk1JK1hFZldJWGRCQ0JuNHBsQT09

This event will be also streamed live on https://www.facebook.com/DiplomaticAcademyVienna.