The NGO CSW67 in-person parallel event – From Visible to Invisible: Asian CSOs Confronting Digital GBV hosted by the Garden of Hope Foundation and the Asian Network of Women’s Shelters received great acclamation for a successful event. With figures and story speakers shared audience from around the world learned more about challenges and outlook of technology-facilitated GBV in Asia.
Speakers from #Singapore, #HongKong, #India, #NewYork, and #Taiwan were invited to share the impact of #digitalsexualviolence in Asian countries and the Asian community in New York, and how #CSOsand governments in different countries can work together to address the issue.
After the speakers’ presentations, the audience was very interested in the content of the parallel event and shared that they had gained a lot from it. They even thought it was the best session they had heard so far in NGO CSW67.
We were very moved and honored, and we believed that it was extremely important and necessary to add the voice of Asia to the global community. The advocacy and speak-out for survivors in Asia and around the world will be continue.
The organizers, ANWS and GOH, would like to thank all speakers and audience for such inspirational sharing and interactive response in the event.