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Side Event: Enhancing police and justice responses to gender-based violence against women: new tools and emerging challenges in times of the pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
pkaur
15:22
Good Morning! This is Prit Kaur, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice from Auburn University at Montgomery, AL, USA.
Steffani Salter she/her
16:11
Good Morning. I am Steffani Salter VP of Advocacy for UNA-USA Atlanta USA
Steffani Salter she/her
20:56
what is the name of this program?
Sharon O'Brien Famiily Peace
21:07
Greetings from Sharon O'Brien, Catholics For Family Peace Education and Research Abuse, a national effort. I'm based in the Washington DC area.
Sharon O'Brien Famiily Peace
21:59
Is Ms. Valerie Lebauz's informative remarks available as a document?
Charlotte Ludt
27:32
Greetings, everyone. We are delighted to see that so many of you were able to join us today. Should any questions arise during today’s important discussion, we kindly ask you to type them into the Q&A box. You can also press like on any questions that have been submitted that you wish to see answered. The panelists/speakers will then either type their responses or answer your questions live during the Q&A session. Thank you again for joining us today.
Nomaswazi Shabangu-Mndawe
28:05
Good afternoon from South African Women Lawyers Association, GBV Committee
Nomahlubi Khwinana
28:35
Good Afternoon we are very happy to be part of this memorable event. I am Nomahlubi Khwinana from SAWLA GBV Committee.
Nomahlubi Khwinana
30:05
LOPECO is represented by Vice President of Lopeco in South Africa
Svetlana Shutenko
39:22
Сongratulations to the conference participants! Ukraine, State Institution “Academy of Patrol Police”
Virginia Pishbin
42:24
Good morning everyone! I am Virginia Pishbin a medical doctor from Italy , from "Giovani iraniani residenti in Italia" association, How can we help women in countries where the police works in disadvantage of women’s rights? For example women in Iran who are victims of the gender based violence are told they are responsible for violence because the laws don’t support them. Thanks for your kind attention
pkaur
43:41
Thank you Jane for the great job for developing a police manual. My question is - What exactly we need to do that manual will be adopted and followed by police in the different parts of the parts?
Morgane Nicot (UNODC)
45:35
Here is the link to this study: https://www.unodc.org/documents/human-trafficking/2020/final_Female_victims_of_trafficking_for_sexual_exploitation_as_defendants.pdf
Jane Townsley
50:57
By providing gender responsive policing services we will, by default provide effective services to victims/survivors of VAWG
Jane Townsley
52:36
The handbook has a focus for police on the meaningful participation of victims/survivors. The importance of police/LE providing a victim/survivor centred approach and a perpetrator focused investigation.
Jane Townsley
56:38
Of course the response by police is complex, and by police organisations implementing Gender Responsive services means that they recognise the different needs of women and men, they cater for these differing needs and build trust and confidence. Full gender-responsive policing is a panacea that requires a lot of hard work and commitment on the part of the police organisations, what we need to start with is a recognition that GRP is needed, then we can all work together to make sure it is implemented rather than just being talked about
Samirà Ardalani
58:12
Good afternoon, I am Samira from FFC. I would like to draw you attention on Iranian women’s condition. There are 27 different institutions in charge of controlling what women in Iran wear and when the police are in charge of violence against women how can we expect to help victims of gender-based violence during the pandemic in such countries. What suggestions do you have to help women in such countries/situations?I’ve attached the link to a complete and thorough report on Iranian women’s current condition:https://women.ncr-iran.org/2021/03/11/iranian-womens-participation/
Grégory Jaquet
01:00:49
Thank you for presentations and for the excellent work on the handbook. Does the handbook address the question of how middle managers will consider that taking in consideration violence against women and girls as a systematic phenomenon, needing a specific strategy, rather than a simple number of individual cases with a common pattern is a full duty and the end of a line of orders ?
Grégory Jaquet
01:02:37
Considering the fact that those changes could face a wall of « it hasn’t been transmitted to me as an order » followed by « I of course know that VAWG is an important issue » and « We do it well and don’t need to improve ».
Jane Townsley
01:06:45
Gregory Jaquet, the handbook does indeed address the issues you raised in your comments, the target audience being police middle managers and why it is written ‘By police’ for ‘police’ , it encourages transformative culture change
Yasmine Didaoui
01:07:21
The Handbook for the Judiciary on Effective Criminal Justice Responses to Gender-based Violence against Women and Girls is available here: https://www.unodc.org/pdf/criminal_justice/HB_for_the_Judiciary_on_Effective_Criminal_Justice_Women_and_Girls_E_ebook.pdf
Grégory Jaquet
01:09:42
Thank you Jane Townsley.
Charlotte Ludt
01:13:26
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pkaur
01:14:37
"Data" is very important for effective policing and judicial response to VAWG/CVAWG. That leads to question - how to encourage women to report VAWG/CVAWG victimization in countries where women socially/culturally prohibited to contact police/courts? Thank you.
Charlotte Ludt
01:16:32
If you have any questions after this event, you may email us at charlotte.ludt@unwomen.org and yasmine.didaoui@un.org
pkaur
01:23:33
Please share with us the copy of the presentations of the speakers if possible. Appreciate it.
Maggie PALU, FAWCO
01:25:22
Copied from chat above: Dear all. Should you wish to obtain the recording and powerpoint presentations from this event, we would very much appreciate it if you would fill in your details here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=RAfNKxiefUiFw8mjJSIL6M9e-MHP5g5CrnrN9IKtZFdUN1BUTUFZMjMwVU1IMFk1UEtMQ1MyRURBWS4u
Violeta Zarco
01:30:30
Good morning all! Handbooks and virtual scenarios from UNODC México can be found here: https://www.policia-mas.org/
Violeta Zarco
01:31:36
Other tools and resources in spanish: https://www.unodc.org/mexicoandcentralamerica/es/resources/Mexico.html
Deborah Friedl
01:33:36
Good Morning All, this is Deborah Friedl, President of the International Association of Women Police. Pleased to be with you all today.
J. McKenzie
01:37:28
Good morning All, this is Superintend Janet McKenzie from the Royal Bahamas Police Force this session is very informative.
Charlotte Ludt
01:40:05
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pkaur
01:41:37
Thank you so much for a wonderful session.
Dr Leah Mofomme
01:42:35
A very informative session, thank you so much!
Elaine Sands
01:43:15
Awesome Presentations. Hello from Gender and Family Affairs in the Bahamas
Sharon O'Brien Famiily Peace
01:45:34
What is the speaker's name?
pkaur
01:46:17
Claudia Baroni
Jakkie Wessels
01:47:48
https://www.unodc.org/documents/mexicoandcentralamerica/2020/PrevencionDelito/HB_for_the_Judiciary_on_Effective_Criminal_Justice_Women_and_Girls_E_ebook.pdf
Sven Pfeiffer
01:48:00
Last speaker is Claudia Baroni, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, Justice Section, UNODC
Maggie PALU, FAWCO
01:49:29
Where is Claudia Baroni based?
Maggie PALU, FAWCO
01:49:40
Vienna?