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UN Women Nov 28
When a survivor speaks up, don’t say, “Why didn’t she leave?” Say: We hear you. We see you. We believe you. You are safe here.
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Women's Aid Nov 27
Language is important and words are powerful. They’re the fine line between a survivor being trapped and being free. This , we’re changing the narrative around so survivors and society can better understand it. ➡️ Share this post to show your support.
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Sara Alsherif 18h
After 17 hrs from posring her photo session at the pyramids area on the Internet, Salam got arrested.
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UN Women Nov 26
There is no excuse for sexual violence. There are no blurred lines when it comes to consent.
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United Nations Nov 29
Violence against women & girls is a human rights violation that’s been perpetuated for decades. It’s pervasive, but not inevitable -- unless we stay silent. During the of activism & every day, speak out to help break the cycle of abuse.
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António Guterres Nov 29
Ending violence against women requires more than just intervening once it has happened. Prevention measures should be prioritized, including addressing social norms & power imbalances. Police & judicial systems must increase accountability for perpetrators & end impunity.
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UN Women Nov 29
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António Guterres 17h
Violence against women and girls is a blight on all our societies. We all have a responsibility to take action to stop this horrible and widespread affront to human rights.
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UN Women Nov 26
🛑 Stop using language that blames victims, objectifies women and normalizes sexual harassment. 🛑
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UN Women 5h
The pandemic has caused a spike in violence against women all around the world. This of Activism, we remember those that we’ve lost to femicide, we fight for those waiting for justice, and we support those working to end impunity against perpetrators.
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UN Women Nov 28
Abuse is not always physical and it doesn’t always leave visible scars.
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Nicole Kemunto© 14m
"Ending GBV begins with you and me. It is our collective responsibility to protect, promote and respect the rights of all persons."_ Rachael Njeri
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UN Women Nov 28
Drunk… Unconscious… Flirting… Silence… A forced yes… Maybe… Past consent… …is not consent.
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António Guterres Nov 28
Ending violence against women is everyone’s business. explains 10 ways we can all make a difference during the of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, and every day.
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Being Chef 2m
On this World AIDS Day, let us pledge to raise awareness about HIV infection and to eliminate the stigma surrounding it. Follow
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United Nations Nov 27
🔴 It's never her fault. 🔴 There's no excuse for gender-based violence. explains how you can help prevent a shadow pandemic of violence against women & girls during the crisis.
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VSO Rwanda Nov 26
Tomorrow is DAY 3 of ... we are having a very important discussion on GBV ...
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Derecho Black Nov 27
After rape, there are 1000's of ways we feel violated It might sound silly to some as I know I'm lucky to be alive, yet it still really annoys me that I no longer like wearing my fav jeans THEY WERE MY FAVORITE JEANS & IT PISSES ME OFF THAT HE RUINED THAT TOO!
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ސައި ކޮފީ 🎗 2h
Abuse is a choice someone makes in order to maintain power and control over a partner. Regardless of whether they have a mental illness or not, they have no right to be abusive. Everyone deserves to have a healthy, loving, supportive, trusting and safe relationship.
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Sir Samuel Vimes Nov 26
I wanted to share a story to mark This is a true story about a woman called Julie and the times I met her. I've changed the names in this story but everything else is 100% true. The first time I met Julie was when her long term boyfriend Mark had slapped her.
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