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UNICEF May 23
👩🏻👩🏼👩🏽👩🏾👩🏿 Did you know that women and girls are disproportionately affected by humanitarian crises? Here is why 👇
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UNICEF May 25
"Sexual abuse and exploitation. Early marriage and pregnancy. Physical violence. Intimidation and harassment. For millions of girls trapped within humanitarian emergencies these are daily realities." on why we must protect girls.
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UN Humanitarian May 24
In the course of her lifetime, 1 in 3 women 🌎 experience physical or sexual violence. During a humanitarian crisis, SGBV is exacerbated. We must do more.
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Henia Dakkak May 28
Thanks government and people of Norway for hosting the first ever thematic pledging💲 conference to end Sexual and Gender Based Violence in humanitarian crises. UNFPA is proud to be a partner with you. 🌹🌹🌹
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UN Humanitarian May 25
We were proud to co-host the Oslo conference on ending Sexual and Gender-based Violence in humanitarian crises this week. Thank you to everyone who participated and committed to protecting survivors and protecting those at risk.
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UN Women May 23
The numbers are shocking: 1 in 5 internally displaced or refugee women living in humanitarian crisis and armed conflict have experienced sexual violence. We can prevent it. via
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Hinke Nauta May 23
Engaging men and boys as allies to end violence against women & girls requires women centric, feminist informed and intersectional policies that promote women leadership, shared power and greater 🚺🚹awareness
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ICRC May 24
Sexual violence is not an inevitable consequence of war. And yet, instances of rape, child marriage, sexual slavery, and forced prostitution ...increase significantly during emergencies. 👇
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Mark Kaye May 24
So powerful! Strangers read the story of a girl recounting her experiences at the hands of the Myanmar military. 21 months on and still no one has been brought to justice for these crimes.
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Leni Stenseth May 24
Norway’s Foreign Minister announcing now that Norway will provide 1 billion Norwegian Kroner (115 million US $) to efforts to prevent and respond to sexual and gender based violence!
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United Nations May 24
20+ countries pledge $363M to improve responses to & prevent sexual violence in humanitarian crises.
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Kelly T. Clements May 24
Forcibly displaced people suffer disproportionately from sexual and gender-based violence. With states/partners, works in 138 countries strongly committed to ending these atrocities & help meet needs of survivors. Strong leadership & collective action is needed
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Dag Inge Ulstein May 23
Powerful and engaging opening words from Henrietta Fore and
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Mark Lowcock May 24
To address SGBV, we must do 3 things:   1️⃣ Ensure our response is survivor-centred. 2️⃣ Focus on prevention & address gender inequality 3️⃣ Hold perpetrators to account   My remarks at :
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UN Women May 24
Violence against women spikes in the aftermath of disasters and conflict.
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DFID May 24
“We must stand strongly against the rollback of women’s rights.” Baroness Sugg speaking at about as a champion for life-saving sexual and reproductive health services for the world’s poorest women and girls and those affected by humanitarian crises.
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GermanForeignOffice May 24
FM : “The fight against sexual violence in conflict is an urgent matter and at the core of our work .” In Oslo, Germany pledged an additional 80 million Euros for projects against sexual violence today.
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Norwegian Church Aid May 24
"States must dare to hold other states accountable. Justice is not negotiable." discuss the justice gap with Ine Eriksen Søreide
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UN Women Nordic May 24
“We need to address men’s disproportionate power in society. will always stand up for women’s organizations and the protection of human rights” - at
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Mark Lowcock May 24
When the world comes together, we plant the seeds of change. Thank you to colleagues, donors, civil society, and NGOs for your commitments and pledges.
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