- All Tracks
- Health and Wellbeing
- Employment and Education Futures
- Green Economy
- Mobilities and Migration
- Future of Cities
- Restoring Nature
- Food and Nutrition Security
- Gender Equality
- Digital Equality
- Translating Talk into Action
Examining how the impact of initiatives and interventions can be meaningfully measured and valued
The Murad Code is a global code of conduct for gathering and using information in relation to systematic and conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV). The code is intended to outline a set of minimum standards of good practice and was developed through an intensive process involving practitioners, survivors, and stakeholders from across the globe. The purpose of the Code is to ensure CSRV practices are survivor-centred - allowing survivors’ human rights to be upheld, and ensuring that work with survivors is ethical, safe, and effective. However, bringing the Murad Code and other global protocols and standards into practice requires, widespread awareness, and accountability and cooperation from stakeholders at all levels, from the largest Governments to the smallest NGOs. This event will explore opportunities and barriers to implementation of Murad and other protocols to protect survivors and showcase practical solutions for how such tools can be actioned on the ground. Our expert panel will consider:
1. Who holds responsibility for global standards and what does responsibility entail?
2. How can effective implementation happen across sectors and contexts?
3. How can adherence to voluntary standards be incentivised?
4. How can partnership and collaboration help?
|Chair: Professor Valerie Oosterveld||Professor, Western Law, Canada|
|Alexandra Lily Kather||Lawyer & Intersectional Justice Advocate, Legal Advisor International Accountability Platform for Belarus and the Center for Justice and Accountability, co-founder Emergent Justice Collective|
|Wangu Kanja||Programme Analyst, UN Women|
|Olivia Head||Policy officer FCDO, UK|
|Dr Annelies Vredeveldt||Associate Professor, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|Diana Jimena Arango||Senior Gender-Based Violence and Development Specialist, World Bank|
|Dr Ingrid Elliott||Uk Government Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) International Criminal Justice Expert and Consultant to the Institute for Criminal Investigations (IICI)|
|Caroline Murgor||GBV Team Leader, National Programme Professional Personnel, UNFPA|
|Naitore Nyamu||Head of Kenya Office, Physicians for Human Rights|
|Wangechi Grace Kahuria||Programme Analytics, UN Women, Kenya|