‘NO’ to gender-based violence
March 24, 2021

‘NO’ to gender-based violence

On 24 March, in partnership with the Faculty of Psycology, Politology, and Sociology of the National University ‘Odesa Law Academy’, the NGO ‘La Strada-Ukraine’, and the Ukrainian Women Lawyers Association ‘JurFem’, Ukrainian YEAs carried out an event to discuss the issue of gender-based violence from a multidisciplinary point of view.
Among the invited speakers were:
Kateryna Pavlichenko, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Chairwoman of the Board of the Ukrainian Association of Women in Law Enforcement
Denys Yakovlev, Dean of the Faculty of Phycology, Politology, and Sociology of the National University ‘Odesa Law Academy’
Aliona Kryvuliak, Director of the Department of National Hotlines of the NGO ‘La Strada-Ukraine’
Tamara Bugaets, lawyer, member of the Ukrainian Women Lawyers Association ‘JurFem’
Nataliya Tereshchenko, psychologist, psychoanalyst, Young European Ambassador
Anastasiia Kharchenko, researcher of gender-based violence, volunteer, public activist.

The Facebook reach of the event is 10 712 people. 269 people registered for participation in the event, and 177 people took part.


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