第4回世界女性シェルター会議(4WCWS)について

どこで開催されるの?

高雄展覧館(Kaohsiung Exhibition Center)
フレンドリーで晴れわたる港街・高雄に位置する、台湾南部のワンランク上の会議場です。

https://fourth.worldshelterconference.org/en/news/10
なぜ参加すべきなの?

4WCWSは1,500人を超える刺激的な仲間たちと交流し、海外でのシェルターサービスのあり方について学び、ジェンダーに基づく暴力を根絶するために話し合うことができる機会です。

https://fourth.worldshelterconference.org/en/node/29
何が行われるの?

4WCWSのプログラムは、関連する様々な問題を取り上げ、すばらしい実践から学ぶために世界中のシェルターとともに作り上げられました。

https://fourth.worldshelterconference.org/en/node/22
いつ行われるの?

4WCWSは2019年11月5日〜8日に行われます。今から計画をたてましょう!

https://fourth.worldshelterconference.org/en

新着情報

Wed, 26 Jun 2019

第4回世界女性シェルター会議で、若手リーダーのためのネットワーキングイベントやワークショップといった「ユース(学生)コーカス」が開催される運びとなりました。4WCWS(第4回世界女性シェルター会議)に参加する28歳以下の学生のために、参加費とホテル宿泊料金が無料になる奨学金を用意しました。奨学金を申請し認められた参加者は、高雄市内のホテルヤム(塩旅社)に宿泊することができます。また、このホテルでは、気軽に参加できるディスカッションやソーシャルイベントが夕方に開催される予定です。公式プログラムには若者が運営する90分間のワークショップも含まれています。

高雄市にある高雄展覧館
Wed, 14 Nov 2018

第4回世界女性シェルター会議(4WCWS)への超早割参加費での受付が始まりました!2019年4月15日(延長期限)より前に参加申し込みをすると、250USドルの割引価格をご利用いただけます(クレジットカード手数料もしくは銀行振込手数料が別途かかります)。4WCWSのテーマは「インパクトと連帯」です。 これは、シェルターサービスを向上させ、女性に対する暴力を根絶するためには、様々な専門性を持った人々の協働・協力が必要であるということを強調するものです。

Fri, 5 Oct 2018

本会議では次に挙げる5つのテーマごとに、ワークショップとミニセミナーが企画されています。

台湾へようこそ!

4WCWSにみなさんをお迎えできることを大変うれしく思います。今大会のテーマは「インパクトと連帯」です。シェルターサービスをよりよいものにし、女性に対する暴力を根絶するためには協力が欠かせないということを強調するものとなっています。4WCWSではソーシャルワーク、啓発活動、エンパワメント、シェルター運営、政策立案について、新しい知識を得ることができ、よい刺激を受けることができるでしょう。台湾でお会いするのを楽しみにしています!

紀恵容(Chi Hui-Jung) ガーデン・オブ・ホープ代表
世界女性シェルターネットワーク代表

大会について

4WCWSのプログラムは、シェルターを運営するみなさん、そして、女性に対する暴力を根絶するためのより大きな運動が直面する重要な課題を反映しています。また、参加者が学び、ネットワークをつくる機会を最大化できるよう構成されています。

4日間の企画は、開会式から始まり、4つの本会議を経て、閉会式で締めくくられます。最終日には高雄地域にあるシェルター運営団体へのスタディツアーも用意されています。それぞれの本会議は、世界中の発表者が主催するワークショップやセミナーなど、テーマに沿った内容になります。

4WCWSの目標は、女性に対する暴力を根絶するための包括的な取り組みにおける女性シェルターの役割を強化すること、女性に対する暴力を根絶するための取り組みにおいて世界および地域のシェルターネットワークがリーダーとしてその効果と影響力を強化・行使・促進すること、女性シェルターを支援し暴力に対抗するためのグ世界規模のプロジェクトおよびイニシアチブを立ち上げること、シェルターへの支援を促進するために政府、国際機関、民間企業、および一般市民の女性に対する暴力の問題への関心を高めることです。

サポート 分科会の申請

4WCWS Hosts:  

Keynote Speakers

Oscar nominated leading actress - Roma

Born in 1993 in Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, Mexico. Trained as a primary school teacher, Yalitza Aparicio auditioned for Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma almost by chance. Since the day she was cast for the role of Cleo, she has intentionally used her new platform to advocate for gender equality, indigenous rights, and the rights of domestic workers. Her work has challenged the power structures present in the media and the film industry. She was the first indigenous woman to appear on the cover of Vogue Mexico, the first indigenous woman nominated for an Academy Award and the second Mexican woman ever nominated for the Oscar for Best Actress. Since her work in Roma, Yalitza has attended numerous conferences for the promotion of human rights and of Mexican culture, often as a speaker.
In March, 2019 she spoke at the International Labor Organization (ILO) of the United Nations as the keynote speaker for International Women’s Day, discussing the need to treat domestic work with dignity and respect in the talk “A Quantum Leap for Gender Equality: For A Better Future of Work for All,” in partnership with the National Domestic Workers’ Alliance (NDWA) in the U.S., the Centro de Apoyo y Capacitación para Empleadas del Hogar (CACEH) and Semillas in Mexico. She is also the face of the ILO’s Fight Racism campaign, launched March 2019. Furthermore, Yalitza’s and Roma’s campaign helped pass a Labor and Social Security law in Mexico protecting the rights of domestic workers.
She participated in the One Billion on Foot campaign, which took place in over 200 countries and aimed to personify the collective opposition against gender violence. Only those who actively oppose gender violence and who are among the more than a billion women affected by gendered violence participated in the march. In addition, As a representative of the “Zero Violence Against Women” campaign at the International Film Festival of Guanajuato, she has advocated against the pervasive violence experienced by women in Mexico.

In May 2019, she was presented with a Changemaker Award by the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST). She was also presented with a Pride of My City Award from the LGBTI community in Mexico City in December 2018, who she thanked on her Instagram, writing, “I know we are living in difficult times as a society, but we must keep working to change things. We may be black, white, tall, short, straight, gay, or whatever else, but we all deserve to be treated with respect.”
That year, Yalitza worked with the Mexican Comission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights to narrate the animated short “Arbitrary Executions.” Yalitza works to make her messages of equality inclusive, especially to children: she has appeared on Sesame Street (Mexico) with messages of empowerment, and has worked with schoolchildren from Oaxaca to raise money for schools in her hometown of Tlaxiaco.
Finally, Yalitza has positioned herself as a cultural advocate for the communities of Tlaxiaco, of Oaxaca, and of Mexico itself. She is the ambassador of the annual Oaxacan cultural festival La Guelaguetza, which is strongly rooted in the indigenous traditions of the region. In her short career, she has overcome virulent responses of racism, classism and misogyny that erupted in response to her sudden fame, and above all has used her new platform to tirelessly promote tolerance, respect, and dignity for all peoples.

Rashida Manjoo is a Professor and convenor of the Human Rights Program in the Department of Public Law, University of Cape Town, South Africa. She is also a Visiting Professor at Queen Mary University, London.

Until July 2015, she held the position of United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its Causes and Consequences, a post she was appointed to in 2009 by the UN Human Rights Council. Her UN work over six years has included monitoring and reporting on States' compliance in responding to and preventing violence against women, its causes and consequences, both generally and in different country contexts. Her research and teaching has focused on the intersectional nature of discrimination, including on the basis of sex, gender, race, class, location, (dis)ability, socio-economic conditions, and historical and cultural contexts. She has particularly highlighted the interaction of interpersonal, communal, institutional and structural factors that negatively impact the interdependence and indivisibility of the human rights of women.

Prof Manjoo is the former Parliamentary Commissioner of the Commission on Gender Equality, an institution created by the Constitution of South Africa, with a mandate to oversee the promotion and protection of gender equality and women's rights. She has also been involved in social context training for judges and lawyers, where she has designed both content and methodology.

Prof Manjoo has over four decades of experience in social justice and human rights work both in South Africa and abroad. Her research interests include human rights broadly with a particular focus on women’s human rights. She has authored a number of journal articles, book chapters and reports on women’s human rights, violence against women, transitional justice, and state responsibility to act with due diligence in the quest to promote and protect the human rights of women. Her book publications include 'Women's Charters and Declarations -Building Another World'; 'Due Diligence in Addressing Violence Against Women in Sub-Saharan Africa'; and the recent co-edited book 'The Legal Protection of women from violence - normative gaps in international law'.

The Democratic Republic Of Congo has been named the rape capital of the world, and yet people like Christine Schuler Deschuryver have not lost hope in it, creating a transformational leadership community of women who have survived violence. Describing Buvaku as her home, Christine Schuler Deschuryver is a Congolese Activist who has dedicated her life to run and direct a community called City of Joy in Congo. She is an avid advocate for Congolese Women's rights.

Prior to her work in Congo, Christine has worked as a teacher and an administrator for CARE in Canada and the German Technical Cooperation for 13 years. That has given her enough experience to work as the Director of V-Day's work on the ground in the DRC, including the City of Joy and coordinating campaign activities on the local, provincial and national level. Under her leadership, City of Joy has graduated 1,204 women from its program and they do not plan to stop there. She works closely with the creator of V-day Eve Ensler and Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Dr. Denise Mukwege to bring solutions to challenges faced by Congolese women. She is revolutionizing the community of Bukavu one woman at a time!

参加者からの声

オランダ王妃マクシマ陛下(第3回大会参加)

ドメスティック・バイオレンスにより影響を受けた人は誰も、たった一人で対処を迫られる状況に置かれてはいけません。被害者にはすべて、安全な場所で新しい生活を始める権利があります。被害者の孤立と恐怖を上回るように私たちの力を合わせた取り組みが強まること、そしてよりよい将来への希望を彼女たちに与えることができるよう願っております!

第3回世界女性シェルター会議 デニス・ムクウェゲ医師

世界各地で女性と少女たちが、暴力・貧困・社会制度の腐敗から守られる場所を必要としています。

バンダナ・ラナ氏(第3回大会参加)

私たちは、熱意を新たにし、今この瞬間から連帯しながら活動を続け、暴力にノーと言い、あらゆる暴力に反対し、沈黙せずに声をあげていきます。

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