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Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

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global summit, end sexual violence in conflict, londonSexual violence in conflict destroys lives and damages communities.

The UK’s Foreign Secretary William Hague, and Angelina Jolie, Special Envoy for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, are co-chairing the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict on 10-13 June 2014 at ExCel London.

This is the largest gathering ever brought together on the subject, with a view to creating irreversible momentum against sexual violence in conflict and practical action that impacts those on the ground.

Three days of free public events are taking place in the Summit Fringe at ExCel London from the 10-12 June.

Within this public programme you can view the breadth of interesting, thought-provoking activities happening at the Global Summit Fringe, an integral part of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.

The Global Summit Fringe is open to the public, completely free to enter and visitors do not need to register in advance.

Be inspired to take action by a range of activities, from theatre and film to galleries and a market place.

Witness events taking place around the world in support of the drive to end sexual violence in conflict.

The Fringe is open from 9.00am with last entry at 7.15pm on 10 June, 11 June and 12 June.

There are theatre performances, films and discussion panels, as well as The Gallery, the Market Place, interactive exhibitions and the Digital Hack – #EndSVCHack – a blend of digital and physical space where people with different skills from diverse backgrounds use technology to come together to transform ideas into reality.

To see the programme, click here.

To follow the live webcast here.

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