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It's the International Day to End Violence against Women.— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) November 25, 2020
1 in 3 🧕🏾👩🏻👩🏼🦰 around the 🌍 experience physical or sexual violence by:
An intimate partner
We must #ENDviolence!
No more oppression.— UN Women (@UN_Women) December 3, 2020
No more discrimination.
No more marginalization.
No more gender-based violence.
On #IDPD2020, commit to protecting the rights of women and girls with disabilities. #16days | #GenerationEquality | #orangetheworld pic.twitter.com/tPDpk1XVVx
For day 9 of #16Days we hear from @ExcelWomensAssc, which provides a safe space for women and girls in Barking & Dagenham to be heard and supported.— Rosa Fund for Women (@RosaForWomen) December 3, 2020
The team works closely and holistically with women through the process of reporting, healing, learning and rebuilding. pic.twitter.com/4H67KUFLiu
Violence against women and girls is a blight on all our societies.— António Guterres (@antonioguterres) November 30, 2020
We all have a responsibility to take action to stop this horrible and widespread affront to human rights. https://t.co/BggBSDB8H9 #16Days pic.twitter.com/AIhkGQ2bxs
“Girls’ access to quality education is both a form of protection and empowerment to bring an end to gender-injustice.” ~ @YasmineSherif1, ECW Director.#OrangeTheWorld: @EduCannotWait supports the fight to end gender-based violence. @un_women @phumzileunwomen @ungei #16Days pic.twitter.com/AoFChgoyxM— Kent Page (@KentPage) December 1, 2020
Streets, buses, parks, trains — they're made for us all, but not all of us feel safe in them.— UNICEF India (@UNICEFIndia) December 2, 2020
How would you respond to an uncomfortable situation and make it safer for women and girls?#EndViolence #16Days pic.twitter.com/Y1efBTfsMn
Dear men,— Ruth Buh🇨🇲 (@BuhRuth) November 28, 2020
Your solidarity to fight against Gender-based violence is admirable. However, a gentle reminder that your Allyship should not be restricted solely to the women you are sexually attracted to, your daughters, or your sisters. Please stand with every woman! #16Days
Most women can immediately identify the colleagues they feel safe around, and the colleagues who they don’t. Be the safe colleague. #16Days— Jody Thomas (@DMDND_SMMDN) December 2, 2020
Thoughtful conversation this evening with student leaders about #GBV on campuses as part of the #16Days campaign. Listening to the grassroots of this movement is one of the most important parts of our work to end GBV. Together, we will build a 🇨🇦 that is safe for all. pic.twitter.com/tP76EpH9TO— Maryam Monsef (@MaryamMonsef) December 2, 2020