Why Stoning Is Violence Against Women - Panel at UN Commission on the Status of Women 57

UN Commission on the Status of Women 57 – Panel



The Global Campaign to Stop Stoning: Why Stoning Is Violence Against Women



Friday, March 8, 2013

2:30 p.m. Church Center for the UN – 10th Floor

777 United Nations Plaza – NYC



Distinguished panelists



• Welcome Remarks and Overview on Human Rights Implications of Stoning – Zarizana Abdul Aziz, Chair, Women Living Under Muslim Laws (WLUML)



• Stoning in Iran – Elahe Amani, Chair, Women’s Intercultural Network – Global Circles and Board Member, Global Advisory Stop Stoning Forever



• Stoning in Afghanistan – Wazhma Frogh, Co-founder & Executive Director, Research Institute for Women Peace & Security – Afghanistan



• Overview on Women’s Struggles Against Stoning – Leila Mouri , WLUML feminist-activist and currently doing research on gender and sexuality in postrevolutionary Iran at Columbia University



• Call for a UN Resolution to Stop Stoning + Stoning Power Point – Lois A. Herman, Coordinator, Women’s UN Report Network

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