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    Women's Refugee Commission at 10th Session of the Conference of State Parties

    June 13 - June 15 | NYC

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    Organizations of women with disabilities, from communities affected by conflict, crisis and displacement, can play a critical role in bridging the development – humanitarian divide in an emergency, but also in strengthening community resilience from crisis preparedness to situations of protracted crisis. The upcoming COSP10 presents an opportunity to profile the skills and capacities of women with disabilities, as leaders in capacity building on disability inclusion in humanitarian action.Join WRC and our partners at one of the following events.

    The Women's Refugee Commission will be participating in the 10th Session of the Conference of State Parties (COSP10) to the CRPD taking place at the U.N. Headquarters from June 13 - 15, 2017. 

    Organizations of women with disabilities, from communities affected by conflict, crisis and displacement, can play a critical role in bridging the development – humanitarian divide in an emergency, but also in strengthening community resilience from crisis preparedness to situations of protracted crisis. The upcoming COSP10 presents an opportunity to profile the skills and capacities of women with disabilities, as leaders in capacity building on disability inclusion in humanitarian action.

    Join WRC and our partners at one of the following events:

    Humanitarian Crisis and Women and Girls with Disabilities Twitter Chat

    June 13, 2017 | 11am ET
    Follow @WRCommission and use hashtag #WeInclude to participate.

    This twitter chat will increase awareness of the need to be inclusive of organizations of women and girls with disabilities in humanitarian policy and programming.

    Joins us as we explore ways to cultivate the leadership of women with disabilities and their critical role in humanitarian action; raise awareness on the issues affecting women and girls with disabilities in humanitarian crises settings; share resources available to support gender empowerment and disability inclusion in humanitarian action; and how to best support women with disabilities to build networks and strengthen their engagement in advocacy at global and regional levels.

    For more information, download our toolkit

    Our Partners: 

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    Access and Dignity Displaced: Women, Children, Adolescents and Disability in Humanitarian Emergencies

    The fifth panel of the Every Woman Every Child Everywhere series

    June 14 | 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. | Conference Room 11

    This panel – hosted by the Permanent Missions of Norway and the United Arab Emirates, in partnership with Every Woman Every Child and The Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) – will examine how we can deliver integrated health and disability services to women, children and adolescents in humanitarian and fragile settings.  

    This panel will be moderated WRC board member H.R.H. Princess Sarah Zeid. Panelist will include Emma Pearce, Senior Program Officer, Disability. 

    Download the event flyer in PDF

    For more information, please contact Federico Batista Poitier at federico@worldenabled.org.

    Humanitarian Crisis and the Role of Women and Girls with Disabilities: A Simulation

    Structured around a simulation exercise, join us for a lively, engaging format to raise the visibility of the leadership of women and girls with disabilities in humanitarian action. The activity will be facilitiated by women with disabilities. A few opening and closing remarks will be made by speakers (TBC) from co-sponsoring member states and UN agencies.

    Thursday June 15 | 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    United Nations Headquarters

    Registration required, click here.
    Come ready to participate! 

    CART (live captioning) and International Sign Interpretation will be provided. 

    Download the event flyer in PDF and Accessible Word

    For more information, please contact Boram Lee at Boraml@wrcommission.org.

    Our Partners: 

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    Let's Get Together: Women Networking on Humanitarian Action

    WRC, partners and co-sponsors will be hosting an exhibit table. This is an opportunity for organizations of women with disabilities from across crisis affected countries to meet each other, share contacts, obtain information and literature from sponsoring organizations, as well as make connections with stakeholders. 

    Thursday, June 15 | 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    United Nations Headquarters

    Download the event flyer in PDF and Accessible Word

    For more information, please contact Boram Lee at Boraml@wrcommission.org.

    Our Partners:

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