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    Workshop: Investigating & Reporting on MeToo and traumatic events

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    Date/Time


    Date(s) - 05/12/2018
    6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

    Venue


    Royal Norwegian Embassy
    挪威使馆

    Address


    1 Sanlitun Dong Yi Road, Beijing, China
    朝阳区三里屯东一街1号

    Phone


    +86 10 8531 9600

    Website


    http://www.norway.cn/Embassy/Embassy/

    Entrance Fee


    FCCC Members free, non-members 100 RMB


    The workshop will be centred around helping attendees better report #MeToo stories and other stories concerning trauma. It will be interactive and involve group discussion as well as Q&A, so come ready to think on your feet! The speakers will lead the participants in a series of structured discussions around investigations, interviews, the psychology of trauma, legal liabilities concerning workplace sexual harassment, as well as the social context surrounding sexual violence in China.
    About the speakers:
    • FENG YUAN, founder of the NGO Wei Ping (For Equality), is one of China’s longest-standing feminist activists, and is currently working on new legal regulations on gender-based violence to add to China’s Civil Code.
    • ANDREAS BERGSTEN is a psychologist, and has spent twenty years consulting in leader and team development, conflict and crisis management, personality assessment and individual counselling.
    • LESLI LIGORNER is a lawyer at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Shanghai specialising in employment law.
    • YUAN YANG is vice-president of FCCC and a Beijing correspondent for the Financial Times, and has conducted workshops on sexual consent for universities in the UK and China.

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