Program
Time Program
20:00 - 21:15
OPENING SESSION
Opening Remarks
 Kang Kyung-wha, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea

Congratulatory Remarks
 Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
 Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, Minister of State and the Prime Minister’s Special Representative on Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict, U.K
 Niels Annen Minister of State at the German Federal Foreign Office, Germany
 Jacqueline O’Neill, Ambassador for Women, Peace and Security, Canada

Keynote Speeches
 Pramila Patten, UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict
 Denis Mukwege, Medical Director, Panzi Hospital, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
 Nadia Murad, Founder and President, Nadia’s Initiative, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate
 Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy, UNHCR
21:20 - 22:30
SESSION 1. COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND CONFLICT-RELATED SEXUAL VIOLENCE
 Moderator
 Cho Young-Sook, Ambassador for Gender Equality, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea

Impacts of the COVID-19 on Sexual Violence in Conflict-affected Settings
 Lindsey Cameron, Head, Thematic Legal Advisers, ICRC, Switerland

Comprehensive Efforts to Support Survivors of Sexual Violence in Refugee Camps during COVID-19
 Rebecca Eapen, Senior Community Based Protection Officer, UNHCR, Bangladesh

Innovative Ways to Prevent and Respond to Sexual Violence in Conflict during and after the COVID-19
 Massimo Diana, Representative, UNFPA Country Office, Sudan

KOICA GBV projects : Current efforts and challenges
 Song Woong-Yeob, Vice President, Global Partnership, KOICA
22:30 - 23:50
SESSION 2. ENSURING A SURVIVOR-CENTERED APPROACH: VARIOUS EFFORTS AND REMAINING CHALLENGES
 Moderator
 Stephan Klingebiel, Director, UNDP Seoul Policy Center

What Does a Survivor-centered Approach Mean for Survivors?
 Shyamala Gomez, Founder and Executive Director, Centre for Equality and Justice, Sri Lanka
 Jaya Luintel, Co-Founder and President, The Story Kitchen, Nepal

Korean Civil Society's Reflection on ‘Survivor-centered Approach’
 Shin Heisoo, Member, UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Judicial Efforts and Ongoing Challenges to Ensure a Survivor-centered Approach
 Melinda Reed, Executive Director, Women’s Initiative for Gender Justice, USA

Preserving Survivors’ Memories through Documentary Films
 Leslie Thomas, Founder, ART WORKS Projects and Co-Founder, USA
23:50 - 24:05
VOICES OF YOUTH
ㆍScreening the Winning Entries of the 2020 Global Youth Video Competition on “Action with Women and Peace”
24:05 - 24:20
CLOSING SESSION
Summary Report from the Rapporteur
 Shin Heisoo, Member, UN Committee on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights

Closing Remarks
 Ham Sang-wook, Deputy Minister for Multilateral and Global Affairs, ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Korea