Moving Beyond Emergency Response: Protecting Human Rights for LGBTI People

The Mark Palmer Forum for the Advancement of Democracy Presents

Moving Beyond Emergency Response:
Protecting Human Rights for LGBTI People

Monday, October 24, 2016
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m

Freedom House
1850 M St NW
Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036

The global crackdown on human rights is intensifying and harshly affecting the LGBTI community. As space for civil society continues to shrink the response to human rights abuses has evolved. Join us for a discussion on how international stakeholders can help local LGBTI movements create a long-term strategy to counter anti-LGBTI laws and violence around the world.

Speakers:
Mark Bromley
Council Chair
Council for Global Equality

Monica Tabengwa 
Executive Director
Pan-Africa ILGA

Urooj Arshad
Associate Director, International Youth Health and Rights
Advocates for Youth

Moderator:
Robert Herman
Vice President for International Programs and Emergency Assistance
Freedom House

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