Together for girls

A year ago, the United Nations officially declared November 18th as the “World Day for the Prevention of and Healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence”. The official recognition of this day was an important step toward increasing global awareness of the prevalence of sexual violence against children, mobilizing action to prevent violence and supporting healing and justice for survivors.

We have the opportunity to make our voices heard leading up to this crucial day. Join Together for Girls and the Brave Movement in raising awareness of sexual violence against children and calling for real, lasting change:
Demand political leaders take action by using the Brave Movement’s social toolkit, which includes sample posts, virtual postcards, videos and more
Join the conversation online on November 18 by using the hashtags #EndChildSexAbuseDay #Nov18WorldDay #PreventionHealingJustice
Learn more about the work of Together for Girls and the Brave Movement around November 18 for this and previous years.
Read this article about ending school-related violence, our President and from our CEO Dr. Daniela Ligiero in the UNESCO’s Global Education Monitoring Report laying out the case for why schools must ensure children are safe to learn, and the cost whole societies pay when they are not.

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Nov 18 is #EndChildSexAbuseDay, a day for us to acknowledge the magnitude of sexual violence against children + adolescents and call for real, lasting change around the