Join us at THE COUNTERPOINT on Sunday, November 25, 2018, 6-9 a.m. and mark the International Day for Elimination of all Forms of Violence against Women with The Hindu Car-Free Sunday and Prajnya. Say ‘NO’… but are you loud enough
STOP. THINK. Before you do something in violence, you might regret later. FAMSA’s CountToTen campaign focuses on preventing violence against Women, Children, Families, Men. FAMSA will conduct various community talks in Bloemfontein and Petrusburg from 26th November to the 7th
Together with the author Dareen Tatour, one of our local women groups organized a workshop where the participants will have the opportunity to learn creative writing regarding the main issues of our campaign: gender based violence and femicide. This program
In this session, Carla Moore (@mooretalkja) will guide advocates and activists in thinking about their work in the gender space, personal trauma they brought with them, and how it impacts the way they access and use power.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1551255915021055/ Remembering the women killed by known men in the UK A peaceful creative ‘Murder March’ to remember and represent the women murdered in the UK by partners, ex-partners, family members i.e. domestic violence murders. This #DeadWomenWalking walk is to raise awareness
https://www.facebook.com/events/526574354490698/ Remembering the women killed by known men in the UK A peaceful creative ‘Murder March’ to remember and represent the women murdered in the UK by partners, ex-partners, family members i.e. domestic violence murders. This is a sister march
This is the 29th year CFUW Southport has held the vigil to commemorate the 14 women murdered at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal. This year we are also highlighting the need for men’s participation in solutions to violence against women by
When: Thursday, Dec. 6, 12:15 – 1 p.m. Where: Canadian Natural Resources Limited Engineering Complex – Main Atrium (ENG 122) The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women is held every year on December 6, in commemoration
Bangladesh Centre for Human Rights and Development (BCHRD) and Coalition for the Urban Poor – CUP joinly organized the events of Global 16 Days Campaign 2020 in collaboration with home based workers and rights defenders and holding with placard by
During the 16 days, we will be posting advocacy articles that beam a light on the plight and challenges of informal women in the Shea sector and profer collaborative solutions.