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Eivind Hansen Apr 20
THANK You everyone who came down to our exhibition at The Black & White Building yesterday!! It has been so much fun getting to work hands on with the gorgeous girls at @hymenmagazine 💖 My portraits will stay up for another two weeks so if you didn’t get a c…
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Dr Thokozani Khupe Dec 9
Violence against women is a violation of human rights. Sadly, women in Zimbabwe suffer under a heavy yoke of all forms of violence. We must uproot such violence to achieve developmental social change in Zimbabwe our lifetime.
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NL Women's Rights 🇳🇱 Dec 11
What an incredible of collective activism against gender based violence it has been! From London to Pretoria, Beijing to the Hague: all said NO to violence against women!
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Ash Denham MSP Dec 13
The time for accepting prostitution as somehow normal must end. An industry that preys upon vulnerable women & girls, that causes routine physical & emotional harm, that grooms children for sexual servitude is not normal.
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Petr Pavel Dec 10
Gender-based violence is unacceptable. is proud to support initiatives like that build awareness & help right a wrong.
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NATO Dec 9
Violence against women harms us all
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UN Women Dec 10
Today is the final day of the of activism against gender-based violence! Women and girls do not have a price tag. Women and girls should not be sexually exploited. RT if you agree!
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Project 1324 Dec 8
Leave no one behind. 🤝 Join & to create towards the end of violence against women.
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Paris Lees Dec 14
So pleased to be part of 's UNiTE to End Violence against Women campaign. Worldwide, trans women face horrific violence – life expectancy for trans women of colour is just 35 years old. We cannot go on like this. Photo by the lovely .
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UN Women Dec 10
The day a girl is married, her entire future is compromised. Will you take a stand against child marriage on the last day of the of Activism?
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UN Women Dec 27
Rise. Empower. Support. Transform. Together, we can - and we must - end violence against women. RT and spread the word if you agree!
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UNDPPalestinian Dec 10
Let us keep the momentum going & work together to end gender based violence. Staff at UNDP/PAPP pledge to zero violence against women & girls.
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NATO_PASCAD Dec 10
Women's active participation in peace & security processes + missions & operations is not just the right thing to do; it is the smart thing to do.
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1UN_MK Dec 15
Big thanks to everyone for joining the to end violence against women and girls! Let's continue to stand up, speak up and take action to .
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Say NO - UNiTE Dec 10
Although today marks the final day of the of activism, we must continue to take action to end violence against women and girls everyday. How do YOU plan to take a stand? Reply to this tweet!
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Jemima Olisa Dec 10
The responsibility lies on the shoulders of us all. Together, we can make this happen.
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Joanna Reid Dec 10
of activism are up - what did YOU do to make a difference to women's lives?
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UNICEF Emergencies Dec 13
Betty is one of 30 women educating communities on GBV. "Our area was heavily affected during the Dec 2013 crisis and women often become a target during conflict. People are becoming aware. They even call me for advice.” v/
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NATO Women Dec 10
Today is Human Rights Day and the final day of the of activism to eliminate violence against women and girls, but the fight continues
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CREA Dec 17
Most sex workers face some form of physical, emotional, sexual and/or economic violence. The police remains the biggest perpetrator of violence. If sex work remains criminalized, it becomes difficult to seek redressal against violence.
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