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    International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

    2018 in Rome

    Significance Awareness of violence against Women

    Date November 25th

    Next time 25 November 2022

    Frequency annual

    Related to The 1960 murders of the Mirabal sisters

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    Violence against women

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    The United Nations General Assembly has designated November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (Resolution 54/134).[1] The premise of the day is to raise awareness around the world that women are subjected to rape, domestic violence and other forms of violence; furthermore, one of the aims of the day is to highlight that the scale and true nature of the issue is often hidden. For 2014, the official theme framed by the UN Secretary-General’s campaign UNiTE to End Violence against Women, is .[2] For 2018, the official theme is "Orange the World:#HearMeToo", for 2019 it is "Orange the World: Generation Equality Stands Against Rape", for 2020 it is "Orange the World: Fund, Respond, Prevent, Collect!" and for 2021 it is "Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now!".

    Contents

    1 History

    2 Recognition in different countries

    2.1 Australia 2.2 Philippines 3 Marches 3.1 2017 3.2 2018

    4 Data on violence against women

    4.1 Australia 4.2 Italy 5 Human Rights Day 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

    History[edit]

    Historically, the date is based on the date of the 1960 assassination of the three Mirabal sisters, political activists in the Dominican Republic; the killings were ordered by Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo (1930–1961).[1] In 1981, activists at the Latin American and Caribbean Feminist Encuentros marked November 25 as a day to combat and raise awareness of violence against women more broadly; on February 7, 2000, the date received its official United Nations (UN) resolution.[1][3][4]

    The UN and the Inter-Parliamentary Union have encouraged governments, international organizations and NGOs to organize activities to support the day as an international observance.[5] For example, UN Women (the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) observes the day each year and offers suggestions for other organizations to observe it. For 2014, the focus is on how violence cuts across all 12 of the critical areas of concern of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, which turns 20 next year.[6]

    In her message for 25 November 2014, UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka said:[7]

    In 1995, close to 20 years ago, 189 governments came together in Beijing. They adopted a Platform for Action that spelled out key strategies to end violence against women, empower women, and achieve gender equality. ... The promises from 20 years ago are still valid today. Together we must make 2015 the year that marks the beginning of the end of gender inequality. Now is the time for action.

    In his message on the day in 2013, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stated:[8]

    I welcome the chorus of voices calling for an end to the violence that affects an estimated one in three women in her lifetime. I applaud leaders who are helping to enact and enforce laws and change mindsets. And I pay tribute to all those heroes around the world who help victims to heal and to become agents of change.

    The actress Melania Dalla Costa is testimonial for the 2019 United Nations (UNICRI) campaign ‘I am no longer myself’ against violence towards women, to be held on the November 25th International Day for the elimination of violence against women.

    The campaign was handled by photographer Dimitri Dimitracacos.

    Recognition in different countries[edit]

    Australia[edit]

    In Australia, a campaign has formed around International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

    स्रोत : en.wikipedia.org

    International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

    The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women aims to create awareness of the fact that violence against women is a human rights violation that impedes progress in many areas, including poverty eradication, combating HIV/AIDS, and peace and security, and therefore must be confronted and eliminated.

    UNiTE! Activism to End Violence against Women & Girls!

    Five years ago, the #MeToo movement, founded by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, exploded and sparked global mobilization creating a moment of urgency in preventing and responding to violence against women and girls.

    Since then, unprecedented awareness and momentum have been created thanks to the relentless work of grassroots activists, women’s human rights defenders and survivor advocates worldwide to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls.

    At the same time, there has been a rise in anti-rights movements, including anti-feminist groups, resulting in shrinking space for civil society, a backlash against women’s rights organizations and a rise in attacks against women human rights defenders and activists.

    Supporting and investing in strong, autonomous women’s rights organizations and feminist movements is key to ending violence against women and girls.

    That is why this 2022 theme is UNITE! Activism to End Violence against Women & Girls.

    Join our 16 days of activism

    The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women will mark the launch of the UNiTE campaign (Nov 25- Dec 10) — an initiative of 16 days of activism concluding on the day that commemorates the International Human Rights Day (10 December).

    This campaign, led by the UN Secretary-General and UN Women since 2008, aims to prevent and eliminate violence against women and girls around the world, calling for global action to increase awareness, promote advocacy and create opportunities for discussion on challenges and solutions.

    This years’ campaign UNITE! Activism to End Violence against Women & Girls will aim to mobilize all society to become activists for the prevention of violence against women, to stand in solidarity with women’s rights activists and to support feminist movements around the world to resist the rollback on women’s rights and calling for a world free from VAWG.

    Among its activities, there is a UN official event that will take place on Wednesday, November 23 (10.00-11.30am ET.) You can follow the event on line through the UN Women Youtube channel or UN Web TV.

    Join the campaign!

    These 16 Days, get involved! From amplifying the voices of survivors and activists to supporting women’s organizations, we can all act to empower survivors and reduce and prevent violence against women and girls. Share our materials through your social media accounts and become an activist!.

    OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN WEBSITE

    Why we must eliminate violence against women

    Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating human rights violations in our world today remains largely unreported due to the impunity, silence, stigma and shame surrounding it.

    In general terms, it manifests itself in physical, sexual and psychological forms, encompassing:

    intimate partner violence (battering, psychological abuse, marital rape, femicide);

    sexual violence and harassment (rape, forced sexual acts, unwanted sexual advances, child sexual abuse, forced marriage, street harassment, stalking, cyber- harassment);

    human trafficking (slavery, sexual exploitation);

    female genital mutilation; and

    child marriage.

    To further clarify, the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women issued by the UN General Assembly in 1993, defines violence against women as “any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.”

    The adverse psychological, sexual and reproductive health consequences of VAWG affect women at all stages of their life. For example, early-set educational disadvantages not only represent the primary obstacle to universal schooling and the right to education for girls; down the line they are also to blame for restricting access to higher education and even translate into limited opportunities for women in the labour market.

    While gender-based violence can happen to anyone, anywhere, some women and girls are particularly vulnerable - for instance, young girls and older women, women who identify as lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex, migrants and refugees, indigenous women and ethnic minorities, or women and girls living with HIV and disabilities, and those living through humanitarian crises.

    Violence against women continues to be an obstacle to achieving equality, development, peace as well as to the fulfillment of women and girls’ human rights. All in all, the promise of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - to leave no one behind - cannot be fulfilled without putting an end to violence against women and girls.

    Virtual knowledge centre

    Virtual knowledge centre to end violence against women.

    You are not alone

    Have you experienced abuse and need help? If you have felt threatened, unsafe or need assistance, please see the list of country help lines.

    स्रोत : www.un.org

    Official UN Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

    The Official UN Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women will take place on Wednesday, 23 November 2022 from 10 am – 11.30 am (EST) at the ECOSOC Chamber, at the Unite Nations Headquarters in New York.

    Announcement

    Official UN Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

    23 November 2022

    The Official UN Commemoration of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women will take place on Wednesday, 23 November 2022 from 10 am – 11.30 am (EST) at the ECOSOC Chamber, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

    The event will bring together feminists from all over the world who will be reminding us how gender-based violence against women and girls in all our diversity is not only preventable, it must urgently be prevented.

    Under the global umbrella theme of the 2022 UNiTE Campaign: , the event will shine a spotlight on the powerful role of women’s rights movements in preventing and eliminating violence against women and girls; mobilize more people to support efforts in ending violence against women and girls and to push back against the rollback on women’s rights; and kickstart the activities of the 16 Days of Activism.

    To watch the event live, please visit UN Web TV or watch below:

    At a time of growing pushback against the hard-earned gains of the feminist movement and heightened threats to the rights of women and girls everywhere, we invite everyone to  through 

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