Taking action against violence


November 25 marks the start of '16 Days of Activism' a global campaign to raise awareness of the impact of violence, particularly on women.

The 16 days runs from the ‘International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women’ and concludes on 10 December, ‘Human Rights Day’.

Throughout these 16 days, we are all encouraged think about what we, as a community, can do. Even the smallest actions can make a big difference.

Watch this video to understand why it’s important to act: https://bit.ly/2QQBVL2

And talk to your peers, family and colleagues about what they might do.

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