SaferSpaces Webinar | GBV prevention

SaferSpaces Webinar | GBV prevention – Events

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Discuss the White Paper on Safety and Security with fellow safety practitioners and contribute to its evidence-based implementation through the Integrated Crime and Violence Prevention Strategy (Draft) (Theme: Early interventions to prevent crime and violence, and promote safety)

SaferSpaces is pleased to invite you to a webinar entitled “GBV prevention”. This online panel discussion will be held on Friday, 19 February 2021, from 12.45pm to 2pm on MS Teams. This webinar will explore the intersectionality between violence against women and violence against children. Partnerships for prevention will also provide an input on a flagship project regarding GBV prevention through collaboration with the religious sector.

Panellists: ·

Shanaaz Mathews, Children's Institute UCT

Felix Bwalya, Partnerships for Prevention

Moderator: Guy Lamb, Safety and Violence Initiative. UCT

Please RSVP to lauren.october@uct.ac.za after which you will receive an MS Teams invitation to the webinar.

The webinar is the fourth in a series of 10 seminars hosted by SaferSpaces that will explore the key elements of South Africa’s White Paper on Safety and Security, and how such elements can be more effectively implemented. The first six webinars will therefore focus on the core pillars of the Draft Integrated Crime and Violence Prevention Strategy (ICVPS) as the strategy document outlining the implementation of the WPSS. Participants' discussions will be consolidated to input into the ongoing public consultation on this strategy. More information on the ICVPS can be found here

In total, there will be 10 webinars between January and April 2021. Please see http://www.saferspaces.org.za for more details.

SaferSpaces is a web portal on violence and crime prevention in South Africa developed through a partnership between the Civilian Secretariat for Police Services, the German Development Cooperation’s Inclusive Violence Prevention Programme, the Safety and Violence Initiative, and various other government and civil society organisations.