Recovery, Reintegration and Risk Reduction: Responding to Armed Sexual Violence in Eastern Congo

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Recovery, Reintegration and Risk Reduction: Responding to Armed Sexual Violence in Eastern Congo

Time: March 24, 2014 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Location: Georgetown University Campus (7th floor, ICC building)
Street: 3700 O street, NW
City/Town: Washington
Website or Map: http://msfs.georgetown.edu/
Phone: 202 758 3328
Event Type: briefing
Organized By: MSFS, ISIM (Georgetown Universirty)
Latest Activity: Mar 18

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The Master of Science in Foreign Service and  Georgetown Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) cordially invite you to :

Recovery, Reintegration and Risk Reduction:  Responding to Armed Sexual Violence in Eastern Congo

 

 

 March 24, 2014

2:00 pm – 3.30 pm

7th Floor Executive Conference Room

Bunn Intercultural Center (ICC)

Iain Guest, MSFS Adjunct Professor and DIrector of The Advocacy Project, will review the lessons learned from four years of working with SOS Femmes en Danger, an innovative Congolese NGO since 2010. The program has assisted 707 survivors of sexual violence to recover and helped thousands more women from the area to reduce their exposure to war rape. Prof. Guest recently returned from DRC and Mali.

Ambassador Mark Lagon, Moderator and Discussant.

Contact Kali DeWitt (kjd56@georgetown.edu) with any questions

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Comment by Jolene Hansell on March 18, 2014 at 10:41pm

will there be a webcast?

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