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April 7

Announcing A New Resource: Every Hour Matters Youth Engagement Toolkits

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April 6

Five Things Everyone Can Do to Prevent Sexual Violence

  Everyone has a role to play in ending sexual violence. Read our round-up of actions you can take, from supporting survivors to starting conversations with your family and friends:   1) Learn more: Learn how the issue is impacting your local community, your nation and the world, and then share with friends and family. […]

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March 30

Honduras Data-to-Policy Fellowship

  Participants at a Honduras VACS meeting on March 20, 2018. Photo courtesy of Gustavo Bardales.   National leaders, especially governments, play a crucial role in the data-to-action process. To support national engagement across sectors, Together for Girls is piloting a Data-to-Policy Fellowship in Honduras, the first Latin American country to complete a Violence Against […]

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March 18

TfG Co-Hosts CSW Event: Violence Knows No Borders

During the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, Together for Girls, Women Deliver and Girl Up hosted “Violence Knows No Borders.” Convening global leaders and youth advocates, the event highlighted the latest evidence-based and youth-led solutions in violence prevention and response.   The Honourable Maryam Monsef, the Minister of Status of Women for Canada, […]

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January 2

Year in Review: Six Highlights of 2017

By Zoe Colgin January 2, 2018   2017 was a whirlwind year, chock-full of important triumphs and challenges for the global community. For those of us working to end violence against women and children, 2017 was marked by renewed momentum and important global conversations. As we set our sights on the year ahead, let’s rewind […]

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December 22

Strength in numbers: Working together to end violence against children and women

By Daniela Ligiero December 22, 2018   As I look back at 2017, there’s no doubt that it was a watershed year for those of us committed to ending violence against girls and women. Not only because more and more survivors who have the courage to come forward are being believed—but also because global leaders […]

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