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UN Women AsiaPacific 10m
Still, many women say one of the biggest concern using public transport is a fear of sexual harassment or violence. This means most of the time in her life is exposed to sexual harassment or violence. Learn more: v
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Mohamad Safa Dec 5
When your heart beats for the first time you were in a woman’s womb, and when you cry you cry in woman’s hands, and when you fall in love you fall in woman’s heart... Woman is a gift to take care of, she is not created to be humiliated.
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UN Women 7h
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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Sarah  Egbo Dec 5
I and my coursemates in and decided to do something little for the 16 days of activism against Gender based violence. Pls let's spread the word by retweeting.. Thanks!
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Brides do Good 2m
RT GirlsNotBrides "For we met 16 activists who stand up to child marriage every day. 💪🏾 💪 💪🏼 💪🏽 ⬇️ "
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Evelyn  Joseph Dec 11
Replying to @ExAmish101
This is also very common here in Nigeria too. When sexual assault cases are reported some priest encourages the victim to forgive and the perpetrator will be reprimanded. This should not be so.
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Angela TrentonMbonde Dec 6
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Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (ISS) Dec 5
Male monopolization of Islam and the consequential distortion of religion to make it serve patriarchal cultural, socioeconomic and political agendas has caused an increase in VAW in the Muslim world
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Drama Queens Dec 5
Please RT! One of our own faced a transphobic attack at the Praia International Airport. They narrate their story below. Please share until it changes something.
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Peace Direct Dec 6
“Peacebuilding is not only about stopping violence, it is also about the prevention of violence. To do so, all groups, all voices and perspectives in society have to be considered.” - Hajer Sharief. We totally agree!
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Hivos-WE4L Dec 5
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Labour International Development Dec 5
MPs from are marking the global campaign to end violence against women & girls. This is one of the most widespread human rights violations, yet remains hugely under-reported due to shame, stigma and lack of prosecution against perpetrators
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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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