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22 - 23 Sep 2021 • 

Annual Violence Against Women and Girls Forum

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Sep 2021
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The Annual Tackling VAWG - Violence Againat Women and Girls - Forum will share updates and insights on best practice approaches for service delivery. .. Read more the Annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Forum will once again provide the opportunity to connect with peers and discuss the latest updates with sector leaders in tackling violence, abuse and harassment directed towards women and girls. Now in its 7th year, the Annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Forum will once again provide the opportunity to connect with peers and discuss the latest updates with sector leaders in tackling violence, abuse and harassment directed towards women and girls. A key focus at this year’s event will be analysing the impact of COVID-19, particularly on domestic abuse, and considering how to recover from this, including by utilising new powers and opportunities afforded by the 2021 Domestic Abuse Act. With new support measures for victims and survivors, and additional powers for police including Domestic Abuse Protection Notices, this event will provide the opportunity to examine what such measures mean for different stakeholders involved in responding to and preventing VAWG, and discuss best practice joined-up working for a successful multi-agency approach. You’ll be able to create networking meet ups, access content on demand and use our new Q&A, chat functions and virtual polling tools. This session will outline the key features of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 that enshrines powers for the Domestic Abuse Commissioner into law, highlighting functions and powers that will strengthen the governments’ response to domestic abuse, and monitor the quality of service provision.

Romeo Panganayi

Romeo Panganayi

COO at Institute of Corporate Learning

Midrand, South Africa
Timilehin Oyelaja

Timilehin Oyelaja

Principal State Counsel at Federal ministry of justice

Abuja, Nigeria
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