👉En el Marco de la Campaña Internacional 🌎✨Pinta el Mundo de Naranja 🧡 y los “16 Días de Activismo contra la Violencia de Género”🚺, desde la Red Internacional de Promotores ODS extendemos la invitación a unirse y participar de este Webinar💻 en el que
Webinar DATE : December , 8 , 2020 Topics: -Engaging men and boys to end gender-based violence -Combatting online violence against women and girls. Host : Dr Mazvita Machinga ( Psychotherapist) James Walker Endowed Chair Africa University You are invited.
“We’re Better Than That” is a video campaign created to promote respect and healthy relationships, and encourage men to be active bystanders when they witness behaviour that condones and contributes to violence in our communities. The videos are funded by
“We’re Better Than That” is a video campaign created to promote respect and healthy relationships, and encourage men to be active bystanders when they witness behaviour that condones and contributes to violence in our communities. It features Bruce “Hoppo” Hopkins,
Each day people bravely step forward and identify themselves as victims and survivors of sexual assault and harassment, and are increasingly also identifying themselves as victims and survivors of other forms of gender-based violence, which can include human trafficking, street
The Global Women’s Institute at The George Washington University is proud to partner with What Works and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to host a panel and presentation on What Works to Prevent Violence against Women and
As women, experiencing Domestic Violence, we are told to go to the courthouse for justice. But what of the women killed by male violence? Where is justice for them. During the 16daysofactivism the Restore our Refuge Players have been appearing
Short Introduction of our social event named- “Who We Are” and our organization named- “Svyam Bane Gopal” are as follows- Dear All, Our Event “Who We Are” is related to Women Empowerment, Gender Balance and other essential social factors which
Tri-Cities African Women Support Network presents: A half day conference bringing together participants,majority women and girls, to increase awareness on VAW issues through PowerPoint presentations, focused group discussions and the sharing of stories by survivors for healing. There will be
Rehana is based in South Africa. She has a sound experience in Litigation, Public Interest Law, International Law. South Africa is an unequal society and she serves its disparate communities by providing access to Justice in rural and urban areas.