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Neven Mimica 23h
I challenge you all to ! Create your avatar and speak up against gender-based violence!
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Almas Araru 2h
Great innovation by UN-EU digital engagement campaign : Play the game and understand some of the violent realities women and girls face...we can all make a difference towards transformational change!
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EuropeAid Sep 18
kicks off today! We're gathering 1000s of pledges - from grassroots to the highest offices - to against women & girls. Will YOU be part of it? πŸ‘‰
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UN in Brussels Sep 24
RT : Do you believe that everybody has the right to live in safety? Then join the movement to end violence against women and girls now! πŸ‘‡
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EuropeAid Sep 22
It's ! πŸ™Œ Q: Which of the are relevant to women & girls? πŸ€” A: ALL of them! πŸ‘‡
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Maud Seghers 12h
Empowering young women to confront sexual harassment is key to securing their wellbeing and economic opportunities. Valuable lesson learned and shared by
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EUSport Sep 17
Did you know that women competed in every sport at the Olympics for the first time only in 2012! Learn more πŸ‘‰
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EuropeAid Sep 19
Violence against women and girls can happen anywhere, any time. But we CAN end it if we take action now. RT and joint the movement! πŸ‘‡
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EuropeAid Sep 24
Violence against women & girls is a global pandemic. But it CAN be stopped. Update your profile πŸ“Έ now with a avatar πŸ‘‡to show your support and be part of a global movement that says NO to violence against women & girls everywhere!
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Georgios Moschovis 18h
Together we CAN end violence against women and girls. Join the movement today!
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Jean Augustine Centre Sep 21
What an honour to be part of the discussion on violence against women and girls hosted by . Currently discussing challenging attitudes of toxic masculinity.
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European Youth Sep 24
1 in 3 women worldwide have experienced some form of physical and/or sexual violence by their intimate partner in their lifetime. Learn Lily's story at .
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OpenDialogue Toronto Sep 21
Anger and aggressive behaviours are the only way men are expected to express themselves. How do we dismantle this dangerous narrative and encourage men to challenge their masculinity? - David Garzon
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OpenDialogue Toronto Sep 21
When you ask them, men acknowledge that they can make a change to be better supports to women. But many of them don’t actually know HOW to make those changes.
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UN in Brussels Sep 20
We need everybody to take action to help end violence and discrimination against women and girls. Help spread the word now! Join:
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EuropeAid Sep 23
Looking forward to be part of the experience with & talking about why ending violence against women & girls matters to all of us. πŸ—“οΈ27.09.18, 14.45-15.00 EDT. Don't miss it!
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Alexandra Matei 21h
Speak out. Spread the word. Shift the culture. Support survivors. I will act to help end violence against women and girls. Will you?
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Spotlight Initiative 21h
champions & will be playing live from the . Join them to learn what the campaign means to them – and why it matters to all of us. 27/09, 14.45-15.00!
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OpenDialogue Toronto Sep 21
PROBLEMATIC, alcohol abuse can now be used in court to justify abuse... stop the violence against women!
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OpenDialogue Toronto Sep 21
What does the word, RECONCILIATION mean in practice? especially when acknowledging the many missing and murdered indigenous women and girls
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