News & Events

At UN General Assembly Today, President Buhari of Nigeria Becomes First Sitting President to Call for a Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women and Girls

At UN General Assembly Today, President Buhari of Nigeria Becomes First Sitting President to Call for a Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women and Girls Leading Nigerian Woman’s Rights Activist,…

Read More

Report of the Global Expert Consultation-Nothing for Us, Without Us

Report of the Global Expert Consultation-Nothing for Us, Without Us -

Read More

Over 260 Women’s Rights Activists from 64 Countries Call For Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women and Girls as U.N.’s Generation Equality Forum Approaches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 23, 2021 CONTACT: Shayna Samuels, shayna@ripplestrategies.com, 718-541-4785 Over 260 Women’s Rights Activists from 64 Countries Call For Global Treaty to End Violence…

Read More

Human rights attorneys call for a global treaty to end violence against women

Human rights attorneys from around the world are calling on the United Nations Human Rights Council to call for a global treaty to end violence against women during its upcoming session. Read the…

Read More

Dr. Morissanda Kouyate writes in Think Global Health about the call for a global treaty to end VAW

Dr. Morissanda Kouyate, 2020 Mandela Prize co-laureate and Every Woman board member, wrote an article published on Think Global Health urging the creation of a global treaty to end violence against…

Read More

Over 500 Physicians Worldwide Call on WHO to Support Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women and Girls, in Advance of 2021 Assembly

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 19, 2021   CONTACT: Shayna Samuels, shayna@ripplestrategies.com   Over 500 Physicians Worldwide Call on WHO to Support Global Treaty to End Violence Against Women…

Read More

Annoucing Rotary International-Funded Project to Advocate for an End to Violence Against Woman in Nepal

Every Woman Treaty, Global Health Advocacy Incubator, and Women for Human Rights supported by Rotary International to Advocate for an End to Violence Against Women in Nepal   Every Woman Treaty…

Read More

Intersecting Pandemics and A Time for Action

  This year will be defined by the COVID-19 pandemic. It will also be defined by the global, exponential growth of violence against women and girls who were forced to shelter with their…

Read More

GUEST POST: How Afghan Youth Are Empowering Women’s Voices During the Government-Taliban Peace Talks

By Taylor Bloch Global attention has turned to Afghanistan, as over 100 international political leaders and 400 Afghan women’s rights activists have called for the incorporation of women’s rights…

Read More

From Zainab Ali Khan: Pakistan in Focus

As women and girls across the globe have been forced to shelter with their abusers, reports of violence increased, and we are reminded that the frontlines exist in our own homes, communities, and…

Read More

For media inquiries, please reach out to Najla Ayoubi at najla@everywoman.org or call/WhatsApp ++ 1- 424-376-7647


“We cannot save our planet if we leave out the vulnerable — the women, the girls, the minorities.” - President @ZuzanaCaputova. Women's voices at #UNGA are few, but exceptionally powerful.

#WomensRightsAreHumanRights and we must all come together to fight for gender equality. https://t.co/xcj6vofFVT
WomanTreaty photo
New York Post @nypost
Women's voices at UN General Assembly few, but growing https://t.co/MzXT4MKNVE https://t.co/7jNSICHgyM

In case you missed it - @Almagro_OEA2015, Secretary-General of Organization of American States, met with the Every Woman Treaty team to discuss the urgent need to eradicate violence against women and girls. https://t.co/v9HkSi7hV7
WomanTreaty photo
Luis Almagro @Almagro_OEA2015
Violence against women is a global problem, demanding global values and global solutions. Delighted to meet with frontline activists from Every Woman Treaty. I agreed it is urgent to advance a new global norm, modeled on LAC’s Belem do Para to end violence against women and girls https://t.co/nJvB8PYfl2

Exactly! This is just one of the many reasons why we need a global treaty to end violence against women and girls.
https://t.co/wuUiHkbCSW https://t.co/z1ym3jbckp

Women and girls are facing heightened vulnerabilities due to conflict, climate change, famine and growing insecurity.

“Now more than ever, they need us,” says @Atayeshe at today’s #UNGA event on gender-based violence in #humanitarian crises: https://t.co/34Z8is9ktg

#EndGBV https://t.co/CFC1QrFYN6
WomanTreaty photo

The #COVID19 pandemic threatens to undo and roll back decades of progress towards gender equality.

#GenerationEquality is already leading the way, now we need world leaders to step it up to realize women’s rights! #UNGA https://t.co/WKOnZwwJjo
WomanTreaty photo

Thank you @SwedishPM for standing up for women during #UNGA.

Please will you join our urgent call for a global treaty to eradicate violence against women and girls? https://t.co/WxgScgLb7d https://t.co/N8P2Svqy2p
WomanTreaty photo
Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs @SweMFA
"Sustainable development, peace and security are not possible when women and girls are left behind. This is why my Government is a feminist government." @SwedishPM speaks in the UN General Assembly. See the whole speech➡️ https://t.co/mRtgoFanWd #UNGA

Photo: UN Photo/Loey Felipe https://t.co/I65P4oDIqB
To see the Instagram feed you need to add your own API Token to the Instagram Options page of our plugin.