The Whistleblower Campaign has begun a 21 Questions discussion on the Facebook page.
This is a prelude to the campaign launch in June, and the idea is to engage, educate and build an online audience for future campaign activities.
On 24th of May, Madeleine Rees will hold a legal conference in conjunction with The Graduate Institute in Geneva, discussing the application of international law to trafficking and sexual exploitation and abuse in the context of peacekeeping. The outcome will serve as a strong foundation for the campaign.
How to get involved until June?
Other Advocacy Opportunity
The Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its Causes and Consequences, Rashida Manjoo, will focus her 2013 report on the “Due Diligence Obligation to address Violence against Women.” Ms. Manjoo is seeking information to prepare a global study to be submitted to theHuman Rights Council. The study will analyse the implementation of due diligence by States according to Article 4 (c and d) of the UN Declaration on Elimination of Violence against Women.
Individual experts, organizations, and NGOs who wish to create reports of consultations, emerging practices, and documents for consideration for the annual report are welcome to send relevant submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summary Paper on the Due Diligence Standard for Violence against Women