Frontline Activists Around the World Call for Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women and Girls
The next step to stop the most widespread human rights violation on earth
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A Network of Women’s Rights Activists From 128 Countries United by One Purpose
Frontline Activists put their own lives at risk to protect women and girls from violence. But they can’t do it alone. We urge heads of nations to take a stand and issue a public call for this global treaty.
Judge Najla Ayoubi from Afghanistan was the first female judge in her province, but paid the price defending women’s rights with the assassination of her father and brother before she was forced to flee.
Marina Pisklakova-Parker started the first domestic violence helpline in Russia and worked on the country's first domestic violence laws, which her organisation is listed as a Foreign agent.
Vidya Sri was a Human Rights Policy Fellow at the Carr Center, Harvard Kennedy School where she examined the legal gaps in the global framework on violence against women, the groundwork for the Every Woman Treaty.
Eleanor Nwadinobi from Nigeria advocates for the human rights of widows who experience discrimination and hardship on top of their already devastating loss.
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It doesn’t have to be this way. A global treaty can end preventable violence against women and girls worldwide.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. Violence against women and girls is preventable in all countries and regions. A global treaty can end preventable violence against women and girls worldwide.
The Global Treaty to End Preventable Violence Against Women and Girls is Here
The first draft of this treaty was created over eight years by survivor experts, academics, and frontline activists around the world. Now, we need Member States of the UN and heads of state worldwide to weigh in on, and ratify, the final version.
Already the President of Nigeria, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, the former Minister of Women’s Affairs in Afghanistan, and four Nobel Laureates, have come out in favor of this global treaty.