It is hard to put into words the impact of No Longer Silent, the life story of Tammy Gagnon, a survivor of various forms of violence: rape, incest, domestic violence.
A total of 117 Fula and Mandinka communities in the Upper River Region (URR) of The Gambia announced earlier this month that they were stopping the practices of female genital
Welcome to the 36th edition of The Pixel Project’s VAW e-News Digest! As usual, we bring you the latest and most relevant news related to violence against women and efforts
Last week in Islamabad, UN Women and the UKS Research Centre held a one-day meeting with media reporters to discuss “the importance of the media’s role to change…society’s prevailing mindsets
The Melbourne Anglican Social Responsibilities Committee announced in early June that the prevention of violence against women is a priority for their organisation. Citing research by VicHealth that showed that
Below is part two of our interview with Becky Lee. Part one is available here. How do you facilitate the “critical one to one between survivors and victims’”? Why is
In this inspirational interview, we talk with Becky Lee, founder of Becky’s Fund. The organisation is hosting the Washington D.C. edition of Global Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Day.
Welcome to the 35th edition of The Pixel Project’s VAW e-News Digest! As usual, we bring you the latest and most relevant news related to violence against women and efforts
One in two women in Canada has experienced some kind of violence at the hands of a man. These words were part of a presentation to Ottawa-area high school students
Below is part two of our interview with Centre for Social Research, discussing the organisation’s mission, current research, and its involvement with Global ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’® Day.