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DiversityCouncilAust 10h
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Campaign (25 Nov to 10 Dec) is a time to galvanize action to end violence against women and girls around the world. Start planning your activities.
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Phumzile Mlambo Oct 21
5 things you can do to end violence against women and girls.
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Uganda Network Young People Living With HIV 21h
Replying to @unwomenuganda
This year we are glad to Orange the World in 's UNiTE campaign to end the escalating violence against women. No more should women suffer impunity, silence and stigma.. Their stories should and must change.
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Nwa Baby Redropping Soon Oct 18
Just like by @ehmmyzionofficial
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Say NO - UNiTE Oct 21
Relationship abuse comes in many forms, take a stand with us by learning the signs! v
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#BrandonHeartForLives 🇺🇬🇸🇸🇹🇿🌍🌐 Oct 21
Make RT's to make the message be heard
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Raluca Cristina 13h
“A single act of kindness is like a drop of oil on a patch of dry skin—seeping, spreading, and affecting more than the original need.” – Richelle E. Goodrich thank you 🙏🏽 ❤️
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Say NO - UNiTE 19h
Kyrgyz and Tajik youth begin working to fight domestic violence and promote gender equality in their communities through a summer training camp: v
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GRAN 3h
GRANs in Ottawa/Gatineau kick off the 2018 Orange Campaign to & promote an end to gender-based violence . Let's remember that .
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Uganda Network Young People Living With HIV 21h
: In our work as regards the HIV response, we have found that more women acquire HIV than the men across the regions that we have been to, and most times they are unable to speak out because they will be criticized and accused of promiscuous behavior.
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SAGE 6h
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So' Fatoo  🧡 49m
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Ken Oct 20
End violence against women and girls.
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Say NO - UNiTE Oct 19
“It’s very important to include women with disabilities in the conversation about ending sexual violence against women with disabilities.” - Advocate Natalie Pirson
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Say NO - UNiTE Oct 21
From unwanted sexual advances to rape, many women and girls have had to endure sexual violence and harassment in settings like this: v.
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Say NO - UNiTE Oct 21
Faidah Suleiman became a police officer to protect her family from gender-based violence. Now, she works with the Gender and Children Desk in Tanzania to protect many others. Here's her story: v
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AfricanFeminism (AF) Oct 14
Good Morning African Feminists. Share with us your work and your call by November 5th.
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G Tolentino ☕ Oct 16
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Thabo Seane Oct 17
“Prowess is what makes the lioness powerful. She’s not frightened by her strength, on the contrary it comforts her." -Lisa Berere; Lioness Arising
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UN Women Moldova 15h
👁️ We share with you another situation of sexual . Be aware.
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