Inaugural LEPH Consultation focusing on women as employees & clients in criminal justice

Pictured: Members of the International Association of Women Police, L-R, Melissa Jardine (Australia), Myra James (Canada), Shahala Pervin (Bangladesh)

Following the popular special lunchtime session at LEPH2018 in Toronto, this year at LEPH2019 in Edinburgh a two-day pre-conference consultation will be held on Gender in public health and safety: addressing the needs of women as employees and clients in criminal justice.

The consultation will examine local and international issues to advance progress towards achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals 5 (Gender equality) and 16 (Peace, justice & strong institutions).

Venue: Cosla Conference Centre on Friday 18th & Saturday 19th October, 2019.

Participants must be registered for the main LEPH2019 conference. (A small catering fee may apply). Numbers are limited.

Key speakers and organisers include:

  • Jane Townsley, Executive Director, International Association of Women Police (and LEPH2019 plenary speaker)
  • Ellie Lenawarungu, Director, Amuka Ltd
  • Janine Ewen, Umbrella Lane
  • Dr Melissa Jardine, Centre for Law Enforcement & Public Health

 

More details will be available soon.

Mst. Shahala Pervin, Bangladesh, presenting at LEPH2018 in Toronto.

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