April 18, 2013World Bank J Building Auditorim J1-050 (Infoshop Building)

Gender based violence is a pervasive phenomenon across South Asia, with huge human, economic and societal consequences. There has been a culture of silence at all levels from the policy makers to the women victims themselves and this must change. Join W... orld Bank South Asia Vice President, Isabel Guerrero along with a panel of experts to discuss this critical issue.   See More

Ideas from our recent SMS based slogan competition on, "What Will It Take to End Gender-Based Violence in South Asia?" will also be shared.

Venue: Auditorium J1-050
World Bank J Building
701 18th Street, NW
Washington, DC. 20433
Time: 2:00PM-3:30PM

Please confirm your attendance with Mary Ongwen at or call (202) 473-6436.

For some background and perspectives, please check out these blog entries.

Blog Entries:

It's Not OK to be Silent on Gender Based Violence

Enough is Enough: Stop Violence Against Women

When Will it Stop?

It's Time for the Men to Step Up!

Call for Entries:

What Will It Take to End Gender-Based Violence in South Asia?

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