Posts Tagged ‘sextortion’

IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, Spoke About Sextortion During a Webinar Organized by Transparency International (TI)

On July 16, IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, joined experts from Transparency International (TI) and UN Women in a global webinar on “The Use of Data in Shaping Gender-Sensitive Anti-Corruption Agenda”.  The IAWJ and TI have been collaborating on a project in Morocco that focuses on adopting a more gender-inclusive approach to combating corruption, and that collaboration has helped to put gender and
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IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, Spoke About Sextortion During a Webinar Organized by Transparency International (TI)

IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, Participated in a Virtual Forum on Sextortion

On July 1, IAWJ Senior Advisor Nancy Hendry participated in a virtual forum on “Sextortion”, hosted by the Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF) and the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA). The international conversation featured experts from Africa, Europe, and the United States, who talked about how sextortion manifests itself, the challenges in gathering data, and the most effective ways
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IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, Participated in a Virtual Forum on Sextortion

Retired IAWJ Executive Director Winship continues work on sextortion.

Retired IAWJ Executive Director Joan D. Winship continues her work on sextortion and human trafficking. On January 14, 2020, she and a colleague on the Calvert County Commission for Women where Ms. Winship is Chair, led a public forum on “Sextortion and Human Trafficking in Calvert County and Beyond”.  You can read more about it here. This blog post was prepared by Joan
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Retired IAWJ Executive Director Winship continues work on sextortion.

IAWJ Senior Advisor, Nancy Hendry, recently spoke about sextortion

Nancy Hendry, IAWJ Senior Advisor, spoke about sextortion at the 2019 Congress of the European Women Lawyers Association in Madrid. She explained why the IAWJ chose the term sextortion: to show that “abusing a position of authority to extort sex is not only a form of sexual abuse but also a form of corruption, one in which sex rather than money is the
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