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2022 Annual Event: Unite to End Gender-Based VIolence

“When I first spoke publicly about my experience of being sexually harassed, at thirty-five years old, I was young and patient. I am no longer patient.” -Anita Hill
Hear from Professor Anita Hill in her live and virtual keynote at Global Rights for Women’s annual fundraiser on Thursday, September 22, from 6:00-7:00 p.m CDT. Unite to End Gender Based Violence is a powerful, once-in-a-lifetime event as we welcome Professor Anita Hill and global and national leaders in ending gender-based violence against women and girls. 

Your attendance is vital in creating lasting change towards improving survivors’ support in our local and international communities, and targeting the root causes of gender-based violence. In-person tickets are now sold out for this event and livestream tickets are still available. Purchase your ticket now to join us virtually on September 22nd! 
Between now and September 22nd, your donation or $10 ticket purchase will be doubled up to $70,000. You now have the incredible opportunity to double your impact with every contribution made to Global Rights for Women.  
Every gift goes toward improved safety and support for survivors and those at risk of violence, so no person has to accept the devastating consequences of sexual harassment and other forms of gender-based violence. Double your impact today by registering and donating via the link below. 

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Valiant Voices: Amplifying Global Conversations

Valiant Voices is a conversation series featuring human rights advocates and survivors, addressing injustice and disrupting oppressive systems that cause harm. These are the stories of powerful leaders creating change in their communities and around the world.

Equality • Safety • Justice

About the work

Global Rights for Women believes women and girls around the world deserve to live their life free from gender-based violence; they deserve equality, safety and justice. Which is why we’ve been on a mission since 2014 to support communities, organizations and institutions in advancing laws, values and practices that eliminate violence against women and girls.

More than 60 million women have been impacted because of our work, we will continue until all women are provided the human right to live free from gender-based violence. And, with your support, we believe we can achieve that goal. 

More than 200 million girls and women alive today have undergone female genital mutilation; it’s mostly carried out on young girls between infancy and age 15.

WHO. Female Genital Mutilation, 2022.