Members of Brave Movement Kenya hold a banner that says "Brave Movement to End Childhood Sexual Violence."
Brave Movement Kenya commemorating Day of the African Child 2022 under the theme “Eliminating Harmful Practices Affecting Children: Progress on Policy & Practice since 2013.”
Brave Movement Kenya commemorating Day of the African Child 2022 under the theme “Eliminating Harmful Practices Affecting Children: Progress on Policy & Practice since 2013.”
Our movements

Brave Movement

The Brave Movement is a survivor-centered global movement campaigning for the right of all children and adolescents to live a life in safety and dignity, free from sexual violence.

Sexual violence against children and adolescents is the silent scourge of our time, threatening the safety and protection of children and adolescents everywhere. Brave Movement survivors and allies demand bold and transformative action from local, regional and global leaders to end childhood sexual violence.

Our survivor-centered movement is focused on advocacy for evidence-based powerful public policy solutions and campaigns to fundamentally shift societal norms, eradicating survivor stigma, and breaking the silence that enables sexual violence to continue. Together we demand prevention, healing and justice.

The Brave Movement launched in 2022 and is proudly hosted by Together for Girls, and works with members, allies and partners throughout the world.

The Brave Movement partners

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