Together for Girls CEO and President Dr. Daniela Ligiero has been honored by the international foundation founded by Queen Silvia of Sweden to end violence against children.
Together for Girls CEO and President Dr. Daniela Ligiero announces the launch of the Safe Futures Hub in partnership with WeProtect Global Alliance and the Sexual Violence Research Initiative
15 years after the launch of its first survey in 2007, the data from this new VACS conducted in 2022 reflects remarkable progress in the reduction of violence against children and youth.
A new study suggests current funding levels to prevent child sexual abuse – in low- middle- and high-income countries – are far too low, and what money is spent is far too hard to track.
The Strengthening Efforts to End Violence Against Children (SEEVAC) Act, led by Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA-2) and Rep. Maria Salazar (R-FL-27), will update and strengthen existing U.S. Government efforts to end violence against children
The three-year investment seeks to address barriers to education for girls and adolescent girls in the Northern Triangle, Colombia, and sub-Saharan Africa.
Together for Girls, a partnership dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence against children, welcomed Lena Alhusseini as Deputy CEO today.
The United Nations declares November 18 “World Day for the Prevention of and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence”
Together for Girls, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence against children, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicolette Naylor and Brandi Robinson to our Board of Directors.
Global landscape analysis provides evidence that the Violence Against Children and Youth Surveys (VACS) drive policy and program reform.