CSW67: Pushing back the push-back - Nordic solutions to online gender-based violence
This event is open to CSW participants, no registration is needed.
ECOSOC Chamber, UN Headquarters
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New York, NY
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This is our high-level panel:
Ms. Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Prime Minister; Iceland
Ms. Sirið Stenberg, Minister of Social affairs and Culture, Faroe Islands
Ms. Naaja H. Nathanielsen, Minister of Finance and Gender Equality, Greenland
Ms. Paulina Brandberg, Minister for Gender Equality and Deputy Minister for Employment, Sweden
Ms. Marie Bjerre, Minister for Digital Government and Gender Equality, Denmark
Ms. Gry Haugsbakken, State Secretary, Ministry of Culture and Equality, Norway
Mr. Thomas Blomqvist, Minister for Nordic Cooperation and Equality, Finland
Dr. María Rún Bjarnadóttir, Director for Internet Safety at the Icelandic National Commissioner for Police
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The Nordic countries are among the most digitized in the world, a superpower to promote a diversity of voices. But when digitalization helps expand a growing resistance to gender equality, we must act. The Nordic region is unlike any other when it comes to providing a swift political response to online gender-based violence.
The Nordic countries are known for their success when it comes to gender equality. However, gender-based violence persists. The goal of the Nordic cooperation is seeking to ensure that everyone can enjoy a life free from sexual harassment, violations, and violence.
Read more about the Nordic Roadmap on advancing gender equality, women’s and girls’ rights, and equal rights of LGBTI-persons, 2022-2024:
Read the reports on gendered digital violence from the Finnish and Danish presidencies here: