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You are welcome to participate in the coming international summit against sexual assault, violence on women and children (ISSAVWC). The international summit will commence from 21st to 24th May at the San Diego Convention Center 111 W Harbor Dr San Diego, CA 92101 United States and 27th to 30th May 2013 at the Gaston Berger University Conference Hall in St Louis Senegal. The summit is been organized and sponsored by the International women children welfare organization and other benevolent organizations worldwide.
Sexual violence exists in every community. This summit is committed to increasing awareness about sexual violence and educating its members about the signs, effects and consequences of sexual abuse, assault and harassment. Whether through child sexual abuse awareness and prevention programs, presentations to community groups or training for service providers in community agencies, the Sexual Assault Program continues to strengthen society’s response to sexual violence by educating and training one person at a time.
All victims/survivors, both male and female, can access free, confidential sexual assault services whether the assault took place recently, years ago, or during childhood.
Our position on sexual assault:
• Sexual assault is a violation of human rights and is a crime against the individual and the community. It is not solely an individual or private problem.
• Sexual assault is both a consequence and reinforcer of the power disparity between men and women. It is a violent act of power which in the main, is carried out by men against women and children.
• Sexual assault has far reaching emotional, social, legal, health and political consequences.
• The prevention and elimination of sexual assault is the responsibility of the whole community.
The summit theme is “Protecting Woman Children in a Changing World” and the sub-themes are:
• Prevention of Abuse and Sexual Assault through early and sustained involvement
• Interventions and programmes for woman and children and families experiencing adversity
• Addressing children’s rights and participation
• Reforms in child protection and welfare policy
• Children in out of home care
• Building the evidence base
• Contemporary issues
An overview and epidemiology of child sexual abuse
The trauma impact on children of all ages from preschoolers to adolescents
Better understanding of the impact on the brain and physiological systems that have long-term effects
Knowledge about effective preventions and interventions for children and youth; case studies presented
Internet usage as a gateway to childhood sexual abuse
Legal and reporting issues involved in a child sex abuse investigation
In order to attend the international summit against sexual assault, violence on women and children (ISSAVWC), registration is compulsory. Interested participants should download the attached registration forms A and B which must be carefully filled out and submitted along with the details below to the Registration Desk via E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . Note that registration closes March 28th 2013 to enable participant’s process their Visa. Interested delegates wishing to attend the forth coming international conference are to submit their registration forms before March 25th 2013.
•Names exactly as in passport
•Date of Birth
•Place of Birth
•Country of Residence
•Who invited you?
VISA INFORMATION: Participants must be in possession of their International Passports to enable them participate. Only on receipt of your filled registration forms, reservation receipt and scanned information page of your international passport will participant’s visa assistance request be forwarded to the U.S Department of State and the Senegalese Immigration for same day visa Authorization which shall be sent to the consular section of the U.S Embassy, in your country of residence.
ACCOMMODATION: All registered participants are entitled to meals and accommodation which will be provided during their participation in the U.S.A only due to the inability of our donor sponsoring committee to mobilize enough funds to sponsor the number of expected delegates to attend the conference. Delegates are only responsible for the payment of their Hotel Accommodation in Dakar Senegal for the second phase of the event at the recommended hotel.
Most Canadian citizens and many citizens from Visa Waiver Program countries can come to the U.S. without a visa if they meet certain requirements. Visa waiver travelers from ALL 27 Visa Waiver Program countries must present a machine-readable passport at the U.S. port of entry to enter the U.S. without a visa, otherwise a U.S. visa is required. See important information about the 10/26/05 digital photograph and 10/26/06 e-passport requirements for VWP travelers. Other foreign citizens will need a non-immigrant visa.
Non-immigrant visas are for international travelers (citizens of other countries) coming to the U.S. temporarily. This visa allows you to travel to a U.S. port-of-entry (airport, for example) and request permission of the Department of Homeland Security immigration inspector to enter the U.S. Please note: a visa does not guarantee entry into the U.S. International travelers come to the U.S. for a wide variety of reasons, including tourism, business, medical treatment, and certain types of temporary work. The type of visa needed is defined by immigration law, and relates to the principal purpose of your travel. For an overview of the types of non-immigrant visas available under immigration law. Most attendees will be using the B-1 Visa for temporary visitor for business.
Due to security concerns, U.S. visa applications are subject to a greater degree of scrutiny than in the past. For many applicants, a personal interview is required as a standard part of visa processing. All participants visa assistance request will be forwarded to the U.S Department of State for visa authorization which shall be sent by fax to the consular section of the U.S. Embassy, in your country of residence. This can only be done when we receive your filled registration questioner forms and all necessary documents to support your visa processing which will be faxed to the U.S. Embassy, in your country of residence by our organization.
AIR TICKETS: Air Tickets for both venues will be sponsored by our organization and other benevolent donors in the United States and worldwide. The tickets will cover from participant country of resident to the United States, from the United Stated to Senegal and back to participant’s country of resident.
Due to time factors of the forth-coming international event, I request that you quickly fill the requested forms ASAP to enable us process your registration.
Secretary – Organizing committee
International summit against sexual assault, violence on women and children (ISSAVWC)
1953 Holmby Avenue. Los Angeles, California
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You are cordially invited to join us at the international summit against
sexual assault, violence on women and children (ISSAVWC 2013). The
international summit will commence from 21st to 24th and 27th to 30th May
2013 here in United States of America and Senegal.
Our mission is to support and help Strengthening the Fight against sexual
assault, violence on women and children. In this conference, we want to gather
the world and offer a rich program with lectures, symposia, poster sessions
and social events.
If you are interested in attending this summit, please contact the ISSAVWC
Secretariat for more information via E-mail: email@example.com
and register as soon as possible. You can also contact me via my E-mail
We look forward to welcoming you all to ISSAVWC 2013
International summit against sexual assault, violence on women and children
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