Orange Day

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Addressing Cyber Violence and Harassment

At its core, the internet is another public space where women can experience forms of violence or harassment, similar to catcalling on the street or inappropriate touching on a subway. How can we combat cyber violence to keep ourselves and others safe?

Why you should care about GamerGate

And what it means for global violence against girls and women. Last week, actress and gamer Felicia Day posted an entry on her blog – “Crossing the Street” –to share her concerns that an online gaming campaign has made her fearful to engage with a culture

FGM Fight turns legal in Egypt

In 2012, Unite to End Violence against Women campaign declared the 25th of every month Orange Day. For two years, individuals, organizations, activists, men, women and girls have been raising their voices to say no to violence. TODAY, on #OrangeDay wear orange & share #UNSG

Say No: Unite to End Violence Against Women

Today is the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women. All over the world, women, men and children are taking a stand to declare that women deserve to live free from all forms of violence. As the world comes together to show support

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