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Reminder: NYC Event - A Conversation with Eve Ensler and Dr. Denis Mukwege
Reminder: NYC Event - Sexual Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: A Conversation with Eve Ensler and Dr. Denis Mukwege
Tonight, Eve Ensler and Dr. Denis Mukwege - long-time advocates for improving the lives of women and girls in violent situations - will discuss sexual violence in the Congo and beyond, and examine mechanisms for prevention and ways to influence policy change on the ground.
Healing the Wounds of War: Sexual Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is presented by The Center for Global Affairs at NYU and The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in collaboration with V-Day, The Global Movement to End Violence Against Women and Girls.
Friday, December 1, 2006 6pm - 8pm at
New York University School of Law
Vanderbilt Hall, Tishman Auditorium
40 Washington Square South at MacDougal Street
New York, NY
EVE ENSLER is an Award-winning Playwright/Performer/Activist and Founder of V-Day, a global movement that supports anti-violence organizations throughout the world
DR. DENIS MUKWEGE MUKENGERE is the Director and Founder of the ground-breaking Panzi General Referral Hospital in Bukavu, South Kivu Democratic Republic of the Congo
Pre-registration is required.
Register online at www.scps.nyu.edu/preventviolence
For more information please call (212) 992-8380 or email email@example.com
Arrive promptly at 5:30 PM to ensure priority seating. Please note that pre-registration is required but does not guarantee a seat if you arrive late. Because our events are presented at no charge, it is our policy not to hold seats once a program is about to begin.