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Listening to Survivors

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Legal and Policy Reform

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Ending gender-based violence against women and girls.

At least 1 in 3 women in the world are victims of domestic and sexual assault.

WHO, Violence against women prevalence estimates, 2018.

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Join us for Unite to End Gender-Based Violence: An Empowering Evening in Minneapolis. This evening event will include a reception of appetizers, beverages and socializing, and a once-in-a-lifetime program featuring Anita Hill in a virtual keynote address; Global Rights for Women Executive Director Cheryl Thomas; and renowned global and national leaders in ending gender-based violence against women and girls.
alicia wallace, bahamas, smiling woman

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Alicia, with her team at Equality Bahamas and other like-minded organizations, looks for solutions to gender-based violence through three lenses – institutional, structural, and interpersonal. Systemic issues like capitalism, misogyny, racism, and patriarchy also must be considered.

Helping women and girls live free from violence

Advocate for equality

We provide legal reform and systems change support through a survivor-led coordinated community response that prioritizes equality and safety, in order to effectively end gender-based violence against women and girls.

Georgia 2022: Improving the Delivery of Survivor Services
Developing an offender risk assessment in Georgia

Read about our impact

UN Women partnered with us to create a tool to assess the risk an offender poses to re-abuse or kill a victim of domestic violence. This tool supports the Georgian justice system in protecting victims and holding offenders accountable.

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Every dollar donated to Global Rights for Women supports our work to end gender-based violence for women and girls everywhere.

Khamsavath Chanthavysouk, UN Women

“We learned so much from you, and are inspired by your work and commitment to end violence against women and girls and to promote gender equality. Your work to ensure that services and support are survivor-centered is very critical in addressing this issue.”

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