Join us for the public launch of the TrackGBV Dashboard in the Pacific on Monday, November 29 at 6pm (ET). We'll be walking through the Dashboard and hearing from leading gender justice advocates about what TrackGBV has accomplished and where we’re headed. This has been years in the making, and we can’t wait to share it with you! Register here.
ICAAD has been analyzing thousands of GBV sentencing decisions in the Pacific with our pro bono partners to track gender bias and discrimination; for example, gender stereotypes, customary practices, and other contentious factors that are used to reduce or suspend sentences. With that data, the goal of the TrackGBV program is to monitor accountability to support data-driven improvements through legal advocacy and training with the goal of removing gender discrimination from judicial decision making.
We have now reviewed over 3,500 cases, and the analysis for each jurisdiction will be available in the TrackGBV Dashboard, so CSOs, lawyers, and judiciaries can make use of the data in real-time. Our Pacific partners are already strategizing about implementing the Dashboard in their advocacy and training efforts.
We’ll be hearing from some amazing gender justice advocates too, including:
- Justice Jacqueline Cornelius, High Court Judge, Barbados
- Loukinikini Vili, Director of Human Rights, Samoa Office of the Ombudsman/ NHRI
- Teresa Lifuka-Drecala, Executive Director, Tuvalu Family Health Association (TuFHA)
- Laisa Bulatale, Gender and Transitional Justice Programme, Fiji Women’s Rights Movement (FWRM)
We can’t wait to see you there! You can also share the event on Facebook.