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Violence against women is perhaps the most shameful human rights violation, and it is perhaps the most pervasive. It knows no boundaries of geography, culture or wealth. As long as it continues, we cannot claim to be making real progress towards equality, development and peaceKofi Annan (Former UN Secretary General)

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Our Recent Campaigns:

#BreaktheCycle

#TheBrokenChildren #BreaktheCycle campaign highlights the negative impact of domestic violence on children. Children learn from what they see and hear. Domestic violence affects children physically, mentally and emotionally. They mimic and document what they see and hear.

#StoptheBlame

#StoptheBlame is a media campaign project by Project Alert to sensitise members of the public on the negative impact of blaming and shaming victims of domestic and sexual violence. Blaming of victims decreases reporting rates and help seeking, which in turn leads to fatalities.

INTERNATIONAL CAMPAIGNS / EVENTS

UNITE to End Violence Against Women

This is a campaign launched in 2008 by the highlighting and emphasizing then United Nations Secretary General, women and girls as human rights. Ban-Ki-Moon to raise public awareness and dates are that November 25th is International increase political will and resources for Violence Against Women, while December 10 preventing and ending violence against women Rights Day. and girls. The global vision is a world free of Violence against women and girls

Orange Day (25th)

This is a day set aside every month by the UN Secretary General’s UNITE campaign to take action to raise awareness and prevent gender-based violence by individuals and organization wearing orange and coloring their offices orange on the 25th of every month.

16 Days of Activities (November 25th -December 10th)

This is an annual global event all forms of violence against the significance of the Day for the Elimination of is International Human