Annual Conference 2010: Strategic Imperatives for Ending Violence Against Women

 

Friday, June 11, 2010 - Saturday, June 12, 2010

The National Council for Research on Women in Partnership with the US National Committee for UNIFEM

Annual Conference 2010
June 11-12

Hunter College, CUNY, West Building, New York City

Strategic Imperatives for Ending Violence against Women: Linkages to Education, Economic Security and Health
 

Hosted By
The Women and Gender Studies Program and Roosevelt House,
Hunter College, CUNY (City University of New York)

SPONSORS

Anushka Wiransinha Foundation; Cassidy Turley; Project 5-0; Roosevelt House; Women's Funding Network; The Young Professionals’ Committee of the Metro New York Chapter, US National Committee for UNIFEM

Donors: Grace Richardson; The Walter and Leslie Wright Charitable Fund

Co-hosts: Anglican Women's Empowerment; Brooklyn Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; International Museum of Women; SAKHI for South Asian Women; US National Network to End Domestic Violence; Women's eNews; Women's Environment and Development Organization (WEDO); YWCA of Brooklyn
 

 


To get the latest violence against women facts and figures, visit NCRW's Big Five Campaign and download our  policy brief and fact sheets.

Stay up to date on recent news regarding violence against women by visiting NCRW's blog, The Real Deal.

 

Carolyn Maloney, Part 1
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Carolyn Maloney, Part 2
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Cultures of Violence, Part 1
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Cultures of Violence, Part 2
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Cultures of Violence, Part 3
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Cultures of Violence, Part 4
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Foreign Policy, Part 1
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Foreign Policy, Part 2
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Foreign Policy, Part 3
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Foreign Policy, Part 4
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Key Social Investment, Part 1
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Key Social Investment, Part 2
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Key Social Investment, Part 3
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Role of Philanthropy, Part 1
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Role of Philanthropy, Part 2
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Sex, Music, and Videotape, Part 1
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Sex, Music, and Videotape, Part 2
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Where are the Men? Part 1
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Where are the Men? Part 2
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Where are the Men? Part 3
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Where are the Men? Part 4
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