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Saturday, Nov 27 2021 12:00 am
Windhoek Namibia

ELCRN is hosting a walk with a group of community members from the Ministry of Gender to the TKH restaurant. We will have a short program to spread awareness on GBV and have some guest speakers and dancers with poems

Sunday, Nov 28 2021 11:30 am
Market Square, Tasmania

Soroptimist International of Devonport Inc will meet at Market Square at 11.30am to hear an advocate from Engender as guest speaker. After this a Piper will lead our walk to the Cenotaph area on Victoria Parade. Walkers and those who

Saturday, Dec 05 2020 12:00 am

We are Women podcast was created as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Campaign against women and girls. We aim to amplify women voices, and celebrate strength, solidarity and achievement. You can hear women’s stories,

Thursday, Nov 26 2020 12:00 am
Manchester, UK

Read My Lips is a non-profit online shop specialising in wearable activism in the form of buttons and badges. All proceeds are donated to Rape Crisis England and Wales. This year, for 16 Days of Activism, we have developed a

Thursday, Dec 02 2021 6:00 pm
South Africa

For the second year in a row, Barbara Alusala, Hanān Jeppie and Kayla Alfonso are hosting a webinar to raise awareness on the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, with the headline theme of, ‘End Violence Against Women and

Tuesday, Nov 27 2018 8:00 pm
Women of Peace Corps Legacy

Roma Guy, 2018 Deborah Harding Award Winner Julie Swanson, USAID, Deputy Director of Education in the Africa Bureau Ashley McSwain, Executive Director for Community Family Life Services Yolande Miller Grandvaux, USAID Senior Education and Gender Expert From 25 November 2018,

Tuesday, Dec 07 2021 12:00 am
Level2, 158 Liverpool Road, Ashfield,NSW 2131 Australia

This webinar is accessible to over 1000 staff members of Settlement Services International which has offices in 3 states in Australia: NSW, Victoria and Queensland. It aims to raise awareness about Coercive Control and provide strategies for addressing Coercive Control

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