Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Seminar

The Faculty of Administrative Sciences and Economics at Tishk International University is starting a training course about Soft Skills Empowerment that will consist of multiple seminars. The first seminar relates to gender-based violence, also referred to as GBV (“Gender-Based Violence”).

GBV is the act of inflicting violence on someone because of that person’s gender. There are multiple forms of gender-based violence, such as physical violence, verbal violence, psychological violence, sexual violence, and socio-economical violence. The speaker, Mr. Bayad Sarwar, will go into more detail on this topic in the first seminar of our training course. Mr. Bayad will mention gender-based violence, how it affects people, what the types of gender-based violence are, and what people can do to prevent it in the future.

The seminar will take place on Wednesday, the 9th of November, at 2:30 PM in Room #407 in the main building. Everyone interested and would like to know more about the training course: Soft Skills Empowerment, and the topic: Gender-Based Violence, is welcome to join and attend the seminar.

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