Women’s Rights to Dignity, Security and Justice. The Rana Plaza Collapse and the Triangle Fire: Consequences and Accountability

Fordham Law Center at Lincoln Center

This event is co-sponsored by the Pasos Peace Museum, the International Institute on Peace Education, the Network for Peace through Dialogue, Connect, World Council for Curriculum, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF). This program, the third in a series of CSW symposia focusing on crimes against women, their struggle for justice, and possibilities for establishing the criminal culpability and liability of the violators of their rights, will be based on the presentation of quilts memorializing the women victims of the Rana Plaza collapse (Bangladesh 2012) and the Triangle Fire (New York 1911). An interactive program includes viewing and discussing the messages of the quilts, a panel on the development of the quilts with cooperation from survivors, art forms for educating and raising public awareness, and discussion of possibilities for legal accountability. 

Event Details: Sign in at 11:30 for coffee and interactive process. Panel at noon followed by discussion and further interaction on strategies for justice. 

RSVP: info@i-i-p-e.org 

Location: Fordham Law Center, 140 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023 

For More Information: www.i-i-p-e.org/csw15 

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Rana Plaza Disaster Flyer