Building A Shared Future Together
One in three women are survivors of physical or sexual violence. This is unacceptable. We now have evidence-based policies and programs to prevent it in a matter of years, not decades, including the RESPECT framework outlining 7 strategies to prevent violence against women and girls.
A group of private funders, bilaterals, researchers, practitioners and advocates are forming a new initiative to increase investments in evidence-based programming to prevent violence against women and girls. We’re building global shared agendas to focus violence prevention efforts and speak with a common voice. And we want your input. Scroll down to learn more.About Us
An overview of who’s working to end violence against women and girls across the globe.
- Research Organisations, Programs & Advisory Services
- Networks and Alliances
- National Non-Government Organisations
- Global / Regional Campaigns, Frameworks & Programs
- International Non-Government Organisations
Donors and Funding Partners
- Foundations & Women's Funds
- Bilateral donors
- Multilateral Institutions
06 May 2019
Wilton Park Meeting: Agenda Development Gathered experts from around the world to review existing evidence and begin building a shared agenda to prevent violence against women and girls
31 May 2019
Women Deliver 2019 Conference: Sharing the Message side event
20 October 2019
Sexual Violence Initiative Forum 2019: Sharing the Message side event
02 March 2020
Colombia, Peru and Australia Learning Exchange: Developing Practice
08 March 2020
CSW64: Sharing the Message webinar
10 March 2020
March - June: Building an initiative Soliciting feedback on our initiative plan
07 May 2020
Mexico City Generation Equality Forum 2020: Sharing the Message side event (postponed)
07 July 2020
Paris City Generation Equality Forum 2020: Sharing the Message side event (postponed)
23 September 2021
Launch of the Global Shared Research Agenda
Ongoing dissemination of the Global Shared Research Agenda and regional adaptations
Building Shared Agendas
We have developed a plan of action to improve existing policies and programs and increase investments for evidence-based programming. This plan outlines how we will build sustainable and global efforts and progress to end VAWG.
1 in 3
Women have experienced physical or sexual violence in their lifetime.
Women, across the globe, are killed by a family member every day.
Of the 15 million adolescent girls, aged 15-19, worldwide who have experienced forced sex, only 1% ever sought professional help.
In 2016, the global cost of VAWG was approximately US$1.5 trillion - approximately 2% of the global gross domestic product (GDP), or roughly the size of the entire Canadian economy.
Join us to end violence against women and girls. The time is now.Learn more
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