WRWF to Host Event at United Nations in New York on Thursday: Femicide, Trafficking and Reproductive Violence

Women’s Rights Without Frontiers will host an event at the United Nations Commission traffiked_girl_sipea_0qwdon the Status of Women (UNCSW). The event, entitled, “Femicide, Trafficking, & Reproductive Violence Against Women & Girls,” will take place Thursday, March 23, from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. at the United Nations Church Center in New York (details below). The event is open to the public and does not require pre-registration.

 Reggie Littlejohn, Founder and President of Women’s Rights without Frontiers, stated, “I have spoken at the UNCSW many times, but always at the invitation of another NGO. This year, for the first time, the UNCSW approved WRWF to host an event ourselves. I’m thrilled about this and delighted to host such a distinguished panel of experts. It will be such an honor to speak to the attendees of the UNCSW – eminent women from all over the world.”

Speakers and topics will include:

Reggie Littlejohn, Founder & President
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers
“Forced Abortion and Gendercide in China — The Real ‘War Against Women’”

Sarah Torre, Visiting Fellow, DeVos Center for Religion and Civil Society
The Heritage Foundation
“Sterilization Campaigns and Gendercide are Harming Women in India”

Arina Grossu, Director, Center for Human Dignity
Family Research Council
“Sex Trafficking and its Relation to Pornography, Violence, and Abortion”

Rebecca Oas, Associate Director of Research
Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam)
“Distortions in the Data: Ensuring Women’s Priorities Count in the SDG Indicators”

The event will take place on the10th Floor of the United Nations Church Center, 777 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017-3521.  Once on the 10th Floor, participants will be directed to the room.

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