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UN Women Dec 8
These are just 3 forms of violence that women and girls experience on a daily basis around the world. Click to learn how we must take action:
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UN Women Dec 4
5 things you can do to end violence against women.
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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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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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make the yultetide gay Dec 8
UNiTE to End Violence against Women ( 📷: Eivind Hansen for ) Worldwide, trans women are subjected to shocking levels of violence. The life expectancy of a trans woman of colour is 35 years old. We must all act to end violence against trans 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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Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🇳🇱 Dec 10
Today is and the last day of . Dutch embassies worldwide joined and turned orange to raise awareness for violence against women:
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UNICEF Dec 10
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15m girls aged 15 to 19 have experienced forced sexual intercourse or other sexual acts
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Vytas Leškevičius Dec 8
Stand up and be counted. Without our, loud and clear, expressed position against gender-based violence - this evil won't disappear by itself. & we stand with
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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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United Nations Dec 4
Women are speaking out about their experiences of harassment all over the world. To achieve positive change, their collective voices must be heard. via
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World Food Programme Dec 9
Ending violence against women & girls is part of WFP’s commitment to ending hunger. Educate yourself and help us raise awareness of gender-based violence→
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UN Women Dec 10
What does it mean to leave no one behind? TRANSFORM. See our top stories from around the world that show what people are doing to TRANSFORM and stop the cycle of violence against women.
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UN Women Dec 9
Intimate partner violence is the most common form of violence experienced by women globally. Learn more:
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UNICEF Dec 7
Every girl has the right to be protected against abuse. Recognize it. Report it.
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UN Women Dec 8
Female genital mutilation causes many health risks, as well as physical and emotional pain. Let's end it!
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ILO Dec 6
Violence and harassment in the workplace seem to be everywhere. What can be done to stop it? Listen to the podcast with Manuela Tomei, Director of the ILO’s Conditions of Work and Employment Programme.
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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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UNICEF Dec 10
Girls are a source of power, energy and creativity – and the millions affected by conflict and disaster are no exception.
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UN Women Dec 12
This past weekend, in Gaza, Palestine, we launched the findings of a research paper that looks into service-providers for survivors of gender-based violence in the occupied territories.
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