The Honorable Anna Maembe shares how her country is leading the global fight against violence against children by capturing shocking statistics and responding with an action plan that is already saving precious lives.
When Kayla Harrison medaled at the 2012 London Olympic Games, she became the first American, man or woman, to bring home the gold for the U.S. in Judo. Her accomplishment is all the more extraordinary given she was sexually abused by her first coach.
From grassroots activists to journalists to global UN leaders, we list 50 top heroes working to stop the pandemic of violence.
Safe magazine’s editor Regan Hofmann hosts our Google+ Hangout with Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison, UNICEF’s Susan Bissell, and A Long Walk Home’s Salamishah Tillet.
Together for Girls Director Michele Moloney-Kitts talks about how the partnership is driving action to end violence against children in more than 14 countries.
Since our founding at the Clinton Global Initiative, our partners have sparked a movement by working together to stop the violence.
Safe Hero: Ali Safran
On the third anniversary of her sexual assault (as a Mount Holyoke student), Ali Safran came up with an idea to help others who experienced… Read More ›
Safe Hero: Mallika Dutt, Founder of Breakthrough
Mallika Dutt is the Indian-American Founder, President and CEO of Breakthrough, an Indian-based, global human rights organization focused on violence against women, sexuality and HIV/AIDS,… Read More ›
Survivor to Advocate: Why I Stand Up for Children’s Rights
By Helena Nangombe in Namibia Every child grows up with a dream of becoming something or somebody in life—to be able to live like any… Read More ›