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Day of Open Lectures by the Norwegian and Dutch experts: Implementation of Istanbul Convention and Prevention of Domestic Violence against women. Experience of Norway and Netherlands

On November 23, the St. Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, the Royal Norwegian Consulate in St. Petersburg and the Consulate General of the of the Netherlands in St. Petersburg are inviting you to attend the Day of Open Lectures by the Norwegian and Dutch experts on implementation of Istanbul Convention and Prevention of Domestic Violence against women. Experience of Norway and Netherlands.

The working language of the event is English. 

Lectures are devoted to the following topics:

  • Implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Norway and Netherlands
  • The state policy of Norway and Netherlands in the field of the prevention of domestic violence
  • Social support measures for victims of domestic violence - the experience of state agencies and non-profit organizations. 

12.30 p.m. – 12.50 p.m. 

Registration

12.50 p.m. – 1.00 p.m. 

Welcome speeches

Representative of HSE Campus in Saint-Petersburg

Dag Malmer Halvorsen, Norwegian Consul General in St. Petersburg

Lionel Veer, Dutch Consul General in St. Petersburg

1.00 p.m. – 1.30 p.m. 

Lionel Veer, Dutch Consul General in St. Petersburg, Human Rights Ambassador in Netherlands (2010-2014), Ambassador, Permanent Delegate to UNESCO (2014-2018)

Overview of the implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Netherlands

1.30 p.m. – 14.10 p.m. 

Peter Wille, director of Norwegian National Human Rights institution

The human rights obligations to combat violence against women and domestic violence

14.10 p.m. – 14.50 p.m. 

Kolokatsi Elpiniki, Tutor European criminal law and Substantive and procedural criminal law at Maastricht University (part-time), attorney at law

Implementation of Dutch legislation in order to prevent domestic violence

14.50 p.m. – 15.10 p.m. 

Coffee-break

15.10 p.m. – 15.50 p.m. 

Solveig Bergman, Dr.Soc.Sc., Norwegian Centre for violence and traumatic studies

Prevention of domestic violence and protection of victims of domestic violence: work of state institutions and the practice of NGOs

15.50 p.m. – 16.30 p.m. 

Senior adviser of the Ministry for Health and Sport in Netherlands

Rehabilitation policy of victims of domestic violence in Netherlands

16.30 p.m. – 17.10 p.m. 

Sara Bondø, Information Officer Crisis Centre Secretariat

The provision of a good comprehensive crises centers services


We invite all professors, experts and students who wish to listen to lectures and participate in discussions on the topic of domestic violence. 

Time and date
November 23, 2018 from 12.30 p.m. to 5.10 p.m.

Address
Room 505, 123 Naberezhnaya Kanala Griboedova, St. Petersburg, Russia 

To register for the event, please send an email to RSVP.CGSTP@mfa.no with your name, organization, and contact details.

Registration

Welcome speeches

Representative of HSE Campus in Saint-Petersburg

Dag Malmer Halvorsen, Norwegian Consul General in St. Petersburg

Lionel Veer, Dutch Consul General in St. Petersburg

Lionel Veer, Dutch Consul General in St. Petersburg, Human Rights Ambassador in Netherlands (2010-2014), Ambassador, Permanent Delegate to UNESCO (2014-2018)

Overview of the Implementation of the Istanbul Convention in Netherlands

Peter Wille, director of Norwegian National Human Rights institution

The human rights obligations to combat violence against women and domestic violence

Kolokatsi Elpiniki, Tutor European criminal law and Substantive and procedural criminal law at Maastricht University (part-time), attorney at law

Implementation of Dutch legislation in order to prevent domestic violence

Coffee-break

Solveig Bergman, Dr.Soc.Sc., Norwegian Centre for violence and traumatic studies

Prevention of domestic violence and protection of victims of domestic violence: Work of state institutions and the practice of NGOs

Senior adviser of the Ministry for Health and Sport in Netherlands.

Rehabilitation policy of victims of domestic violence in Netherlands

Sara Bondø, Information Officer Crisis Centre Secretariat

The provision of a good comprehensive crises centers services