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The Broken Heart

Who are you violence? While an anti value; «JEURI» is thy name in Swahili; Where are you from? What country are you a citizen? You have a power that destroys, a force that devours; … Read More»

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Bonjour oh violence quand tu te lève le matin, pour que la paix t'éclipse la nuit suivante; L'amitié et le sourire qui t'accompagnent abondent dans nos cœurs; … Read More»

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Aujourd’hui nous somme heureuse par ce que nos voix a été en tendu par tous au monde , cette semaine nous été utiles pour revendique … Read More»

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Take Back the Tech: Love Letters to End Violence Against Women from High School Students in Portland, Maine

The amazing young women in my Global Girls Group at a high school in Portland, Maine decided to join World Pulse in speaking out against gender based violence. … Read More»

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Domestic Violence through my eyes

My father is, in many ways, a man of extreme discipline and organization. … Read More»

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Take Back the Tech using Participatory Video!

When I received the details of World Pulse's new campaign #takebackthetech I felt excited! I really think it's a wonderful idea. … Read More»

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Allow me to share with you how my agency, the University of the Philippines Visayas, launched the 18-day EVAW Campaign for 2013. … Read More»

Tash's picture

will i ever be strong enough to tell my father NOT to abuse my Mother?

Am an evolving woman, i believe am getting to that stage where i wanna get married, marry a man who will treat me as a … Read More»

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A love letter to my future (in honour of the Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women)

Dear love, Historically, women and girls have faced discrimination. Many people will tell you that you cannot do certain things because you have a uterus. … Read More»

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And this is a letter I wish having received from a lover

How much of gender violence occurs by the hands of spouses, or close relatives? A lot. A huge majority of cases in Italy is perpetrated by family members. … Read More»

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