Global epidemic, regional responses: Violence against women in the European Union and the Caribbean
This is a past event.
Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 11:00am to 12:30pm
GL - Green Library, 220
11200 SW 8th ST 33199, Green Library, Miami, Florida 33199
Gender-based violence affects a third of the globe's women. Cultural and ethical-normative, but also structural socio-economic and political factors continue to maintain and at times, exacerbate domestic violence. A panel of experts will discuss measures taken to reduce or eliminate violence against women in Europe and the Caribbean and compare and discuss policy approaches.
• Celeste Montoya, Associate Professor, Faculty Director, Miramontes Arts & Sciences Program
Women and Gender Studies, University of Colorado
• Halimah A. F. DeShong, Head of the Institute for Gender and Development Studies, Nita Barrow Unit, University of West Indies- Cave Hill, Barbados
• Melissa Boissiere, Graduate Student, FIU, M.A./PhD program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (M.A.) and International Relations (PhD)
• Dr. Susanne Zwingel, Associate Professor, Dept. of Politics & International Relations, FIU
RSVP by Oct. 31st to Christine I. Caly-Sanchez at email@example.com.