WHEN
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Download iCalendar entry for this event.
WHERE
1129 20th St NW
Suite 500
District of Columbia,

Series on Harassment & Exploitation in International Development: Ending the Silence - a Discussion of How to Address Sexual Harassment and Abuse against Aid Workers

Join us for the second in a series of events focused on the issues of Harassment and Exploitation in International Development. Megan Nobert  describes herself as a "lawyer, humanitarian, sexual violence survivor, sock knitter." She is also the Founder and former Director of Report the Abuse, the first and only global NGO to work solely on the issue of sexual violence against humanitarian aid workers.  Megan will talk about her experience, her work with Report the Abuse, and what needs to be done going forward.

This event is aimed at our Young Professionals in Development Network (YPN) since we believe we must build awareness among those entering the work force on how to recognize and report issues of concern.

This is part of our Series on Harassment & Exploitation in International Development and a joint event with .

This event will be followed by a reception sponsored by .

Please note that registration for this event has closed. If you are still interested in attending, please send an email to events@sidw.org.

Speakers

Founder and Former Director, Report the Abuse (Switzerland)

Workgroup Co-Chairs

Senior Manager, AECOM
For more information contact Paul Sherman at: events@sidw.org