Technology and Women: Protection and Peril

Posted by University of Pennsylvania on October 17, 2016

Technology and Women: Protection and Peril

“Technology” is an increasingly important topic of conversation in society and, particularly, within the criminal justice system and the specific issue of violence against women (VAW). The goal of this symposium is to create connectivity across content areas and perspectives. We will take an approach that includes offender behavior, effects on victims, criminal justice intervention, and ethical issues related to technology and VAW.

The opening and closing sessions are free and open to the public. A short panel and discussion with the opportunity for Q&A will follow each. Space is limited, however, so registration is required.

Thurs, October 20
Perry World House
3803 Locust Walk

To register for the opening session, which features Malika Saada Saar, Google’s Senior Counsel on Civil and Human Rights, and Tracey Vitchers of Sexual Health Innovations, which houses Callisto, click here

To register for the closing session, a keynote address by S. Gülser Corat, Director of Gender Equality, UNESCO, click here

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