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Survivors: Update Report on Status of Ukraine’s Women, their Peace and Security, 2022-2023
March 8 @ 9:30 pm - 11:00 pm UTC+0
8 March 2023 – 4:30 to 6:00 PM at CCUN – 2nd floor
Survivors: Update Report on Status of Ukraine’s Women, their Peace and Security, 2022-2023 – World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations (WFUWO) – in English
The World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations and Co-Sponsors host an in-person parallel event on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2023 at the United Nations Church Center, 4:30-6:00 pm Second Floor
Organizers: World Federation of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations, National Council of Women of Ukraine
Sponsors – Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations, ICW, ECICW
■ Khrystyna Hayovyshyn, Deputy Permanent Representatlve of Ukraine to the United Nations
■ Dr. Yevgeniya Petrova, Acting President, WFUWO
■ Dr. Lyudmyla Porokhnyak, President, NCW-Ukraine, Vice President ECICW
■ Dmytro Kaplun, Office of the Deputy PM for European and Euro-Atlantic lntegration
■ Martine Marandel, President, International Council of Women
■ Viviane Teitelbaum, President European Center of the ICW
On the first anniversary of the full scale invasion of Ukraine, the National Council of Women of Ukraine will share the results of a recent survey questionnaire exploring the effects of Russia’s war of aggression 2022-2023.. The panel will include NGO and official delegates of Ukraine to the CSW67 who will summarize changes to indicators of the status of Ukraine’s women and children. These will focus on the impact on fundamental human rights, and will include the witness testimonies of women pow’s.
Results of NCW-Ukraine Survey- presented by the National Council of Women of Ukraine (Maria Petrova, Tetiana Tarasova, Oksana Kravchenko).
Rounds of updates on women’s rlghts and gender equality, education, employment, mental health, humanitarian aid, war crimes, children’s rights, veterans’ needs, internai displacement,
national healing, ecology, energy infrastructure, genocide, prisoners of war, conflict-related sexual violence, abduction of children, women refugees in Poland, Europe, in wider diaspora.
■ Dr. Kateryna Levchenko, Ukraine Government Commissioner for Gender Equality Policy
■ Yevheniya Kravchuk, Parliament deputy, Vice-Chair, Humanitarian & Information Policy Committee
■ Dr. Lyudmyla Porokhnyak, President, National Council of Women of Ukraine
■ Uliana Tokarieva, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine
■ Tetyana Berezhna, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Economy of Ukraine
■ Natalia Karbowska, Director on Strategic Development, Ukrainian Women’s Fund, Kyiv
■ Olha Peru nova, Deputy Director, Hu man rights Monitoring, Ministry of Internai Affairs of Ukraine
■ Oksana Hryhoryeva, Gender Advisor to Commander of the Ground Forces of Ukraine
■ Pavie Zamostian, Assistant Representative in Ukraine for United Nations Population Fund
■ Kateryna Pryjmak, Deputy Head of the Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement
■ Alina Doboszewska, Founder, Fundacja Dobra Wola, Poland
Moderator. Dr. Martha Kichorowska Kebalo, Main Representative to UN/ECOSOC for WFUWO