Small actions can add up to create huge change. This 16 days of activism we want to celebrate you and your everyday actions to end child marriage and gender inequality in your family, community, or country! Send us your story,
A display of donated women’s shoes to commemorate women killed and injured in gender-based violence. After the event, the donated shoes will be given to charities that are partnering with CFUW. Presented by CFUW Richmond.
The Oxfam ‘Side by Side’ for Gender Equality – roadshow event comprises Solomon Islands artists promoting messages against gender-based violence. The event includes performances, original songs from local artists and dancing, aiming primarily to engage young people. The event features
WORKSHOP 3 – Self-Defence The final session is all about simple physical self-defence for those moments when conflict has become unavoidable. Rather than the traditional presentation of risk and threat on all sides which can only promote avoidance strategies, the
WORKSHOP 1 – Situational Awareness and Conflict Management The first workshop starts with Situational Awareness, which trains the observer to explore the environment for points of advantage or threat. This increases confidence in the decision-making process which enables women and
WORKSHOP 2 – Voice and Physical Presence The second workshop looks at developing a toolkit of de-escalation tactics through use of voice and physical presence. This assists in establishing healthy boundaries and reframing victimisation through greater recognition that responsibility for
SNEHA’s 16 days of activism this year will be using Theatre of the Oppressed – a form of popular community based education developed on the vision of Paulo Freire and his landmark education Pedagogy of the Oppressed. Our trained Women
Carlisle Diocese Mothers’ Union presents: A moving exhibition from IFGoDA highlighting the problem of domestic abuse. Each pair of shoes has its own message.
Our organization sparks conversation on healthy relationships and runs interpersonal violence prevention programs in Bangkok, Thailand. For the 16 days of activism, we’re posting a talking point on our blog and social media channels for our community. To spark conversation
Girls Education Mission International Girls Education Mission International will create awareness and action aiming at ending Gender Based Violence through a launch of a Campaign known as #IamPossible to help young women and girls SPEAK their possibilities against any form