Closing date to register for the Consultation on ‘Gender in public health & safety’ is 11 October

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

Register here

To register for this satellite meeting go to the specific registration page for Gender in Public Health & Safety:

  1. Select > Day 1, Day 2 or Two Day meeting
  2. Select > Third sector, Student or Standard registration

(If you have already registered for the main conference you can modify your registration to add a satellite meeting)

All participants can select the option for LEPH2019 delegate to register for the Consultation.
 
Day 1 & 2:
 
LEPH2019 delegate  (all participants)   £65
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Attend Day 1 or Day 2 only (booking fee and VAT INCLUDED):
 
 
LEPH2019 delegate  (all participants)   £40

 

Following the popular special lunchtime session at LEPH2018 in Toronto, this year at LEPH2019 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), including how to maximise the role of women in policing and provide gender responsive services. The event is intended to be as interactive as possible and be an exchange of learning from Global North and Global South. The event will be of interest to police, researchers, civil society representatives, service providers, government representatives and people with lived experience.

The consultation will focus on multi-stakeholder collaborations and innovative approaches as well as how challenges may be overcome in implementing new approaches or policy changes which may provide useful lessons learned for other local and international contexts.

Learn about Gender Agenda International from experts in gender, policing & international development, Jane Townsley & Ellie Lengawunguru, and more.

Objectives:

  1. To better understand the connections between law enforcement and public health to promote gender equality and eliminate violence against women
  2. To highlight the importance of embedding gender responsive and public health approaches across all areas of policing, government and community services
  3. To build a supportive network to develop research, practice and collaborative leadership across LEPH issues to promote gender equality and eliminate violence against women (GLEPHA Special Interest Group (SIG) on gender)

Registration details available on the LEPH2019 website soon. LEPH2019 delegates benefit from a reduced registration fee.

Participants registered for the main LEPH2019 conference will have preference due to limited numbers with a maximum of 50 people.

For enquiries contact: Dr Melissa Jardine at melissa.jardine@gmail.com

The draft agenda is undergoing changes and will be updated soon

New starting time: 1pm Friday 18 October. 

Venue:

Day 1 Friday 18 October: Leonardo Hotel

Day 2 Saturday 19 October: CoSLA Conference Centre

Key speakers and organisers include:

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

            

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

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