Webinar Series CFBO
Faith-Based Organizations: Meeting on the Establishment of Femicide Observatories and Psychological Violence against Women
The meeting’s objective is to discuss: the growing need for a more concise and streamlined action in terms of data collection on cases of violence against women, especially femicide and psychological violence and the need for adopting and implementing tailor-made policies; the significance of establishing Femicide Observatories at the national level and lessons learned from existing efforts to combat femicide and psychological violence.
UNGASS 2021: Webinar Explores FBOs’ Power to Fight Corruption
New York, United States — The PF co-hosted an online conference titled “Combating Corruption: The Relevance and Capacities of Faith-Based Organizations.”
Combatting Organized Crime
Other interesting Events
Creating Save Cities: Effective Solutions to Violent Crime A seminar on creating peace in communities with Keynote Speaker: Dr. Irvin Waller
Tuesday, May 17 at 5 pm Vienna Time
Upon his mission to Ukraine, the ICC prosecutor described the situation as one big crime scene.
He saw evidence of murder of innocent civilians, murder assault, rape, torture, molestation, corruption, destruction of private homes, theft, bombing of vital infrastructure, schools, hospitals and other vital infrastructure, churches, clinics, denial of medcines and food.
The United Nations’ Secretary General has called for volunteers to assist with humanitarian assistance but also the stretched Ukrainian civil service. One of the most important governmental tasks is to collect evidence for the prosecution of crimes, wittiness testimony, photos, and videos for national and international prosecution.
While some of these acts may be considered war crimes, they are definitely crimes under the Ukrainian criminal code and other jurisdictions.
As the UN Commission of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice begins on May 16, the Coalition of Faith Based Organizations, the United Nations Studies Association and the Academic Council on the United Nations System propose the organization of a webinar at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna involving lawyers and officials, together with journalists and distinguished jurists,
professors, and judges in order to discuss these crimes currently committed in Ukraine, which may be prosecuted regionally and internationally.
Ukraine is a Crime Scene Webinar
The 31st session of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
16-20 May 2022 – In Vienna and online
Tuesday, May 17 at 12.15 pm Vienna Time
THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO GLOBAL CHALLENGES (IAAI) IN COOPERATION WITH SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL PROPOSE TO ORGANIZE A SIDE EVENT AT THE NEXT COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIME JUSTICE COMPOSED OF DIPLOMATS, EXPERTS, AND ACTIVISTS TO EXAMINE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS, NEW STRATEGIES, AND PROMOTE GREATER AWARENESS OF THESE CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN. EMPHASIS WILL BE PAID ON THE NECESSITY TO KEEP ON THE ONGOING FIGHT AGAINST GENDER RELATED KILLINGS, OVERCOME BIAS AND STEREOTYPES AND ADOPT PREVENTION MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS OF CONTROL. THE EVENT WILL ALSO BE USED TO
COMMEMORATE THE “HEROINES” ADVOCATES, AND INSTITUTIONS WHO HAVE DRAWN ATTENTION TO THE
VARIOUS FORMS OF FEMICIDE.
A “Faith for Rights” Approach to Promoting Sustainable Peace
How the Combination of Religion and Human Rights Advocacy Can Help Inform Sustainable Peace
The #Faith4Rights Toolkit from the U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) offers a way for religious actors, policymakers and practitioners to explore these links, serving as a practical guide for engaging in human rights promotion in a variety of environments.
Linkages between organized
crime and corruption and the
30th Session of the United Nations on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Highlights from the 14th UN-Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
The Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations as the main organizer supports such initiatives to enhance interfaith harmony in societies.
Universal Peace Federation International (UPF), International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace, Vienna-based LIOS-SOIL Organization with other partners co-organized this virtual conference in Pakistan.
The Islamabad Security Dialogue is Pakistan’s premier forum that brings together global and local intelligentsia to debate Pakistan’s critical national security issues, and generate ideas shaping global society and the future of human civilization.
Imam Mohammad Ismail on BBC Radio
Podcast Series Global Initiative against Organized Crime
From drug trafficking to human smuggling and from cybercrime to illegal mining.
The Deep Dive podcast takes an in depth look at transnational organized crime investigations from the Global Initiative, drawing on the range of expertise from the GI Network of over 500 experts.
|Rape as a grave and systematic human rights violation and gender-based violence against women|
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Middle East & North Africa Women Face the World’s Widest Gender Gap
Human Rights: All forms of violence against women and girls must stop
Research Roundup: Incarceration can cause lasting damage to mental health
National security beyond just defence: PM Imran Khan at Islamabad security dialogue
To safeguard the planet, recognize communities’ territorial rights to land — and water
EMPOWER WOMEN, EMPOWER SOCIETY!
Experts call to include prisons in COVID-19 vaccine plans
Victim Needs and Services in the Emerging Area of Sawbonna: A New Model of Restorative Justice
A Governance Befitting”: BIC launches statement on eve of UN’s 75th anniversary
What can the G-20 learn from Pope Francis’ vision for a post-coronavirus world?
G20 RELIGION AND POLICY: “LET US BE AS ONE”
SOLIDARITY IS NOT A CHOICE OR ACT OF CHARITY. IT IS A MUST”: ADDRESSING COVID-19 AT THE G20 INTERFAITH FORUM
UNODC Executive Director Calls for Stronger International Cooperation, on 10th Session of the Conference of the Parties
How belief systems propel philanthropic innovations in Asia
25 years after Beijing, what’s changed on gender equality? Not enough, experts say
DRC protesters demand justice over unprosecuted rapes and murders
UNHCR partners to create multireligious advisory council on refugees, displacement
Leaders juggle blame and calls for solidarity in first virtual UNGA
Syria: Violations and abuses rife in areas under Turkish-affiliated armed groups
In her global human rights update, Bachelet calls for urgent action to heighten resilience and protect people’s rights
Venezuela abuses amounted to crimes against humanity: UN-appointed panel
UN report: Countries have failed to meet a single target to protect wildlife in the last decade
Pakistan’s prime minister calls for rapists to be hanged or castrated after mother gang-raped
Corruption allegations rock Philippine health insurance corporation amid COVID-19
COVID-19: UN poverty expert says social protection measures “full of holes”, urges global rethink
Science, solidarity and solutions needed against climate change: UN-Secretary General Guterres
Burkina Faso: Over 535,000 children under five ‘acutely’ malnourished
Issues surrounding Syria’s chemical weapons programme must be resolved, to restore global confidence
A new research experiment in Kenya raises questions about ethics
From Islam to Buddhism, faiths have long encouraged stewardship of nature
Religion at the UN: From Gender Justice to Protecting the Environment, How Faith Communities are creating Sustainable Change