Women Deliver Supports the #16Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

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1 December 2014
Girls safely attend school in Pakistan (via World Bank Photo Collection)

Women Deliver Supports the #16Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign 

As we mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, an annual campaign to end all forms of violence against women, Women Deliver is excited to join the global call to action.

Alongside Katja Iversen’s appeal in Thompson Reuters to world leaders and policymakers to make the safety of girls at school a priority, Women Deliver is sharing the stories of some of our Young Leaders, who are taking action to end violence against girls and women around the world, with a daily Instagram photo. As part of our continued effort to raise #YouthVoices, Katja also spoke with four of our male Young Leaders who say no to violence against girls and women.

Join us for the next #16Days by following us on Instagram and Twitter to see how #YouthDeliver.

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