How we can help to end the rape culture

Sexual violence

The most common forms of GBV are physical assault, rape/attempted rape, murder, sexual offences, defilement, grievous harm, physical abuse, child marriages, psychological torture and child neglect.

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What you need to know:

  • Our societies have normalised sexual violence to the extent that it can be a point of humour or a joke. 
  • Action must be collective, decisive, and inclusive if we are to get closer to a more equal world.

Every time you hear a survivor’s story: Listen. Believe. Support.
As Covid-19 persists, so does violence against women and girls. Gender-based violence (GBV) spreads like a disease, and will continue thriving if we stay silent.


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