Event

Together for Girls "Every Hour Matters" - A Call to Ensure All Survivors Have Access to Post-Rape Care

16 Mar, 2016
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By: Together for Girls

The Every Hour Matters campaign and this panel discussions at the 2016 Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) aim to increase awareness of the importance of rapid access to post-rape care and urge global, national, and community leaders to improve access to comprehensive services. With the Every Hour Matters campaign, Together for Girls (TfG) aims to increase awareness of the importance of rapid access to comprehensive post-rape care given the benefits to reduce HIV infection, other sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancies, and psychological trauma. 

Event 1

 Title: Every Hour Matters: Surivivors and Global Leaders Discuss the Importance of Accessing Post-Rape Care

 Date: Monday, March 14, 2016 from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM EDT

 Location:  Thai Cultural Center, Room 1, 310 E, 44th Street, Suite L. New York, NY 10017

Capacity: 100 people

 Audience: CSW participants including representatives from INGOs, partner organizations, country representatives, foundations, grassroots organizations; youth advocates and college students; and members of the press

Event 2

Title: Together for Girls and the World Health Organization Present: Every Hour Matters – A Call to Ensure All Survivors Have Access to Post-Rape Care (working title)
Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 at 6:30 PM to 7:45 PM

 Location: UN Conference Building - Conference Room A - New York

 Capacity: 53 people

 Audience: Member state delegates; TfG partners; UN and NGO leadership, staff and other policymakers