It has been over a year since our worlds changed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. On 23 February, we want to discuss how this pandemic has affected women’s lives globally and what potential risks it poses to pre-existing gender and other intersecting inequalities. This crisis is causing disruptions in the fight against gender-based and domestic violence, female genital mutilation, and child marriage. In the past year, we have seen setbacks in women’s health and reproductive rights. Together with international women’s rights defenders and activists, we will discuss the success stories and pitfalls in the fight for women’s rights during this crisis and what is to be done in the future.
Join us via Zoom on 23 February 2021, 7pm CET.
– Hannah Wilson (Women’s Link Worldwide)
– Joan Akua Iyoha (Association of African Universities, Gender and COVID-19 Working Group)
– Irene Donadio (IPPF European Network)
– Franziska Witte and Isabell Duda (Amnesty Germany)
Hope to see you there!
Amnesty Women’s Rights Group Berlin