Youth consultation on Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict
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This consultation is to ensure voices of young people are heard and discussed at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
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We want your views on ‘How to End Sexual Violence in Conflict’ so that we can ensure the voices of young people are heard on this issue.
Plan UK is leading a youth consultation on behalf of the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office. We would welcome your answers to the consultation questions. Your thoughts and opinions from the consultation will be used by our Summit Youth Group to inform their policy recommendations and the overall outcomes of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Sexual violence in conflict destroys lives and damages communities. Every day, women, men, boys and girls continue to suffer the consequences of this violation, but we believe something can and must be done to change this situation.
The UK Foreign Secretary William Hague and Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, will co-chair a Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict on 10-13 June 2014 at ExCel London to create global momentum for change and encourage actions that will help prevent and respond to sexual violence in conflict.
Over the last eighteen months the political will to tackle these terrible crimes and injustices has greatly increased. The Summit in London in June will bring together those who can help turn political will into practical action. It will be the biggest meeting ever held on this topic. Representatives of governments from over 145 countries, United Nations agencies, the African Union, civil society, the media and the general public will come together to show their support. We want the Summit to create a sense of irreversible movement towards ending the use of sexual violence in conflict, and you are a key part of that vision.
How to respond
Please complete the survey online. In case of any difficulty accessing the survey online, above is an electronic version of the consultation which you can complete and send to email@example.com.
Further ways to get involved
Attend the free public Fringe events at the Summit which are taking place from Tuesday 10 - Thursday 12 June at the ExCel in London. The Fringe is open to all, admission is free and members of the public do not need to book in advance. Over 100 NGOs will be putting on events including: film showings; panel discussions; theatre performances; art and photography exhibitions and a marketplace where bespoke products will be available to buy as part of a development programme. The first day of the Fringe, on Tuesday 10 June, will have a strong youth focus, with events focusing on the contribution that young people can make to the fight against sexual violence in conflict. For those who cannot attend on Tuesday 10 June, please do come along on Wednesday 11 June or Thursday 12 June. Some events may not suitable for children under 16. Please see our website for further details. You can sign up for email updates and more information about the Fringe.