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
It’s your turn… SPEAK UP! Never told anyone what happened that night on the train during the field trip? Was the stalker why you dropped out of music class? Have great safety tips you want to share? You are invited
In solidarity with the UN’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, Missing Link Trust is launching its own campaign ‘#HowManyMore’? To kickstart the campaign, Leena Kejriwal, Founder of Missing, will be hosting a dialogue with V (formerly known as
A two hour weaving workshop facilitated by Spinifex Hill Artist Lorna Dawson. Ethically sourced raffia is included in the ticket price, so is tea and biscuits. It’s a great time to sit and have a yarn with other women, while
Kenya Female Advisory Organization Football for girls and young women using the space to speak on body politics, agency, autonomy and power. Speaking on using sports to fight heteronormativity and patriarchy which normalizes harassment and HNB. It’s a space for
Sports for Change, organized by Kenya Female Advisory Organization, is used by girls and young some as an avenue to speak up against gender based violence and get spaces at community level to organize on body autonomy, agency and freedom.
The event will convene key stakeholders from various sectors – media, academia, religious institutions, labour unions, students, women’s organisations, NGOS, law enforcement, justice, health institutions, among other to frame an intervention that moves the discourse on women’s rights in the
Activity: Bingo Activity will be conducted among village women to assess the day to day violence’s they face Objective: Day to day violence faced by women will be recorded, women will be open to sharing their problems.
BARCIK is facilitating to organize the human chain program with wear to orang Scarp, Banners and face toons. Total 100 male and female from slum area and civil society organizations will participate in the program. Please email for any queries.
Strategies for a Safer City Friday 29 November Civic Theatre, 375 Hunter St, Newcastle, Australia This free, full-day event is designed to build connections between local service providers, researchers, and the interested public Hosted by the Gender Research Network at