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UN Women 8h
THAT'S A WRAP! Thanks to all who joined together to in & spoke up to end violence against women & girls. Let's keep up the momentum!
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SafeLives Dec 5
To see the the family courts must have training in the dynamics of DA & coercive control. They must also hear the voices of the whole family - including children. That's why we stand by our fab Pioneer in her petition
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IFC 26m
Read more about the business benefits of building respectful workplaces – including measures taken by Solomon Water and other companies in Solomon Islands 🇸🇧:
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UNICEF Dec 6
She's 15. Her husband is 73. This is Sonjida's story.
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Women's Aid Dec 7
“I became very good at living a lie" - our patron talks to about how she hid her abusive relationship for so long
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United Nations 17h
From singing to football, held activities with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh during the of activism against gender-based violence. Here are some of the highlights: via
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The Labour Party Dec 6
We demand a world where violence against women and girls is eradicated – and we’re ready to fight for it.
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Better4Kenya Dec 5
To help reduce + end violence against women, we need to actively engage men in promoting gender equality. What role can men play in ending gender based violence? Talk to us
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António Guterres Dec 5
Activists and human rights defenders like laureates & risk their lives to make the world safer for women - and for all of us. Survivors and advocates are powerful agents of change.
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Vicky Smallman Dec 5
Read 's piece in the Report on Business. Proud of 's leadership on addressing domestic violence at work. is an important support to those living in violent relationships.
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Sara J. Casselman Dec 6
December 6th 1989. In 22 minutes, 27 people were shot and 14 women were killed by a Montreal gunman screaming he hated feminists. Today we honour these women by taking concrete actions to address gendered violence.
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Meagan Tyler Dec 5
And if we understand that this objectification of women is a problem - imagine extending the analysis to a form of media that is exclusively about objectification and often violence against women: pornography.
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YWCA Toronto Dec 5
is a national day of remembrance, but it is also a call to action. We need to step up our efforts to end all gender-based violence. Support the campaign & demand stronger gun control laws. .
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Elementary Educators Dec 6
Gender-based violence impacts all of us. It has a devastating toll on women and girls everyday. But violence is a learned behaviour; it often starts in small subtle ways. It can end and that starts with you. As we mourn on let us remember that actions matter
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Tracey Wilson Dec 6
On the National Day of Remembrance for gender based violence, my one hope is that the politicization of this issue ends. There is no justice for the victims nor any hope for the future if we are agenda driven. We are worth protecting.
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Danielle Larivee Dec 5
Our government is working to end gender-based violence. Join me tomorrow at 12.15p.m. at to remember the 14 women who lost their lives in Montreal in 1989.
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SafeLives Dec 6
Idvas are trained, specialist professionals who can be a lifeline for people experiencing domestic abuse. Every victim of abuse deserves the right support - but we don't have anywhere near as many Idvas as we need:
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MonashGFV Dec 5
Advocacy & sharing research into gender & family violence is critical to . This week researchers including & have been presenting on their research on a variety of family violence related topics at
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Karin Sverkén Dec 6
Happy to be part of the launch of the GBV fast track court in Ndola today!
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Amber Tyler 20h
JB and HB are BOTH coming ... .
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