16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence
The 16 Days of Activism is a global campaign against crimes on women and girls. This campaign includes fund-raising events to support the victims of gender-based violence and to spread awareness regarding gender-based abuse.
It is an event to support the rights of women around the globe and to spread the message that they deserve equal opportunities and freedom as men.
This campaign was started in 1991 by the Centre for Women’s Global Leadership and has since grown in scale and is currently observed by organisations around the globe. Gender-based violence is so deeply embedded in our society that it is a problem of international proportions. The victims of these crimes are not restricted to the women in the underdeveloped parts of the world and educated women from the developed cities and urban areas are also affected by them. Not just women, even young girls are subjected to violence at the hands of strangers as well as their own family members, often on a daily basis.
This assumption that women constitute the weaker sex, and need to be subdued or subjected to violence needs to be eliminated from the society. It is appalling that even though women have proven their calibre in every field that was previously believed to be too difficult for the fairer sex, they are still considered to be lesser individuals by those who subject them to domestic violence and sexual abuse.
If you too believe that it is high time that these horrible gender-based crimes need to stop then participate in this campaign to educate the world against these gruesome acts of violence.
25th Nov, Saturday
GEMS – Gender Equality Movement in Schools
26th Nov, Sunday
EMPOWER Women Safety Workshop
27th Nov, Monday
Photo Campaign on Gender Violence
28th Nov, Tuesday
What Men and Boys Can Do #He4She
29th Nov, Wednesday
Know the Hotline! A day on 1091 Helpline
30th Nov, Thursday
Digital Media and Gender Violence
1st Dec, Friday
Know Your Rights – Legal Literacy Session: A Colloquium
2nd Dec, Saturday
Gender Sensitivity Training for MTC Staff
3rd Dec, Sunday
Theatre for a Change on Gender Equality
4th Dec, Monday
Look Out. Speak Up. Take Action
5th Dec, Tuesday
Freewheeling on the Parenting Gender Gap
6th Dec, Wednesday
Ready to Report Mock Drive
7th Dec, Thursday
Community Cafe session on bystander intervention
8th Dec, Friday
Awareness Session on Cyber Safety
9th Dec, Saturday
Awareness Session on Workplace Harassment
10th Dec, Sunday
Ride for Gender Freedom
For more information & be a part, mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or WhatsApp to 81222 41688
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