Orange our Future: Engaging youth to prevent and end violence against women and girls | Orange Day, 25th July 2015
The United Nations Secretary-General’s Campaign UNiTE to End Violence against Women has proclaimed the 25th of each month as ‘Orange Day’, a day to raise awareness and take action against violence against women and girls. Read more
Orange YOUR Neighbourhood
To mark the 16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women, from 25 November to 10 December, the UNiTE campaign called on people around the world to organize orange events, and turn major land marks orange. The colour symbolizes a brighter future for all women and girls – one free of violence. Read more
The UNiTE Campaign launches ‘The brave are not violent’ initiative
On Wednesday, 12 July, The UNiTE Campaign launched the initiative “The brave are not violent”, in Quito, Ecuador. The aim is to involve youth in the campaign, encouraging them to become part of the solution to prevent and end violence against women and girls.
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Infographic: School-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in Asia-Pacific» Read more
Voices of Survivors’ tells the stories of survivors of violence against women in their own words. They speak of the impact violence had upon them, and how they have found the resources to move forward in their lives. Their stories remind us why taking a stand to prevent violence against women and girls is critical.