Women Safety: Home, Travel, Abroad - RPS Partnership speaking about violence against women

Posted: 25/11/2020

Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

RPS Partnership is invited to speak again at the SheTravel’s ‘Women Safety: Home, Travel, Abroad’ series of webinars to support this important topic.

RPS Partnership's MD, Caroline Neil, joins the expert panel, who will without doubt bring you an interesting evening based on their personal experiences and around women’s safety and security; whether at home, when travelling or whilst abroad.

The webinar is taking place on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on Wednesday 25th November @1700hrs (GMT) and aims to provide advice on and discuss the place of violence and security which can affect females from within their own home or travelling across the globe. 

Caroline joins Christine, Claire and Paulina to form a panel full of subject-expertise; sharing personal and professional experiences at home, during travel and exploration.

Even during this pandemic, UN Women has alerted countries worldwide that the violence against women has been on the rise, causing a widespread shadow pandemic, affecting girls and women worldwide. We wish to raise awareness and come together as a group to share the knowledge we have. "Striving for a world where looking over the shoulder isn’t required…"

Check in at our website after the webinar to see a summary of all things discussed – just click the ‘news’ tab for a handy recap.

We look forward to seeing you there! And if you haven’t already registered for the event, click here to do so! Add it to your calendar and come and join us.

Contact us at [email protected] if you are interested in hearing more about this subject or to discuss how we can provide quality training and preparation for single gender or mixed gender groups wanting to travel the world – whether to hostile environments on a business capacity, or simply an individual wanting to explore the world.

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