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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.

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Honors for GRW

DomesticShelters.org announced the winners of the 2023 Purple Ribbon Awards across 34 categories, as judged by a national panel of respected professionals from the domestic violence field.

Global Rights for Women was honored for our direct service program Pathways to Family Peace as the Rural Initiative of the Year, our Safe Consulting with Survivors training was recognized as the Outstanding Advocate Training Program, and we were honored for our conversation series Valiant Voices, as Outstanding Domestic Violence Podcast.

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Recent news

In that infamous 2016 video, when Donald Trump said he might start kissing a woman that he and television host Billy Bush were about to meet, he added, “I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. … Grab ’em by the [p—-]. You can do anything.”

Well, finally, maybe not.

The verdict in favor of E. Jean Carroll is a hopeful sign that men who sexually assault women will be held accountable and that their attempts to smear the character of their accusers will not save them.  

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We are seeking a Director of Operations to guide our growth trajectory toward our values, mission and goals. Put your passion and creativity toward amplifying the mission of Global Rights for Women, to realize women’s and girls’ human rights to equality and freedom from violence. 

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Renewed Optimism for Women’s Rights in Armenia and Georgia

Women’s Rights Activism

There was so much resistance to the Armenia’s first domestic violence law that those advocating for it received death threats–a common tactic globally to silence women’s human rights activists. Amendments proposed today would solidify Armenia’s commitment to women’s safety, reflecting women’s persistence in claiming their human rights. Powerful movements are underway in Armenia and the Republic of Georgia to end violence against women and girls.

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