The only online reporting I could find on the New York Time's TimesTalks "Intimate Conversations with Today's Top Figures" series panel discussion on ending violence against women, comes from a NY writer, writing for a blog from the middle east.
Arabisto.com reports that the “No More Violence Against the World’s Women” panel discussion, moderated by New York Times’ reporter Celia Dugger with panelists including authors and activists from the anti-vaw community, declared that the UNDPI's blueprint for action to make measurable progress in preventing and eliminating violence against women did not go far enough to eliminate vaw, and advocated the need for men’s organizations to get more involved in the issue of gender equality and in violence against women.
Another very interesting debate arose of the pervasiveness of violence in developing countries versus developed nations.
Too bad we didn't get a chance to add one of our members to the panel.
For the full report please go here.