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Ending Violence against Women

As we celebrate 16 days of activism against gender based violence,we wan to encourage every woman in the world to take the lead in naming and shaming perpetrators of domestic violence.We are tired of reading,watching and listening to cases of violence against women which is happenning in every space.Women of the world,It is time for us to advocate for Zero tolerance to violence against women.


Lets fight violence aginst women.

Together,we will conqer!

This story was written for World Pulse’s Ending Violence Against Women Digital Action Campaign.

World Pulse believes that women's stories, recommendations, and collective rising leadership can—and will—bring an end to gender-based violence. The EVAW Campaign elicits powerful content from women on the ground, strengthens their confidence as vocal grassroots leaders, and ensures that influencers and powerful institutions hear their stories.
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Kadeen's picture

Ending Violence Against Women

Together we can strive to make a difference. Men who commit violence against women have families-family member need to start fighting against and shaming the men in their family who commit violence against women.

Kadeen Dennie
Pulsewire Magazine

femalestudent2011's picture

Dear Kadeen Thank for the

Dear Kadeen

Thank for the comment,Let us expose perpetrators of domestic violence!

Angela Kintu's picture

So true!

Women and indeed society always protects perpetrators of violence against women with silence. These people should be named and shamed and made to account for their behaviour. Every single little case matters.

Be blessed,


melanief7's picture

What inspiring words...

and so very true. It is extremely difficult for women to identify their abusers as they often become the target of even more abuse (by police, their community, etc...) and yet (as you mention) it is necessary for women to speak against in order to fight such abuses and injustice. Women gain strength when witnessed in others. Thank you for sharing your courage.

Therese kasindi's picture

I am very estonished that

I am very estonished that after all women cries, men in our governement do not react and fight against violences. Unfortunatly many of violences are pepetuate in our families, that what we call domestique violences. Those forms of violences are hidden by many women because of our customs which not allow us to talk about things we live in our household. Women, we will die with fear we creat in our mind in hiding things which are bad and that we accept to live with. As men in this world, we need also to live along time as possible, we need also to see our children grown up and to see children of our children. Life is for all of us, if we continue to hide our problems, we will never find solutions of it and we will die with many kinds of illness like high or low blood pressure, a heart attack, madness, and so on. Many of persons, especially congolese will say that they are bewitched by their grandmothers or mothers in low. If we wont to have solutions of our problems we must rise up our voices as possible as we can in order to see our life conditions change.

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

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