With the slogan “The street is ours even at the end of the night”, a group of feminists protested at Beirut’s corniche against cat-calling on March 9, 2016 marking the International Women Day. Photo credit / Hasan Shaaban
Today is the International Day to End Violence against Women and marks the beginning of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence!
The United Nations is commemorating this day with a play, “Wounded to Death”, hosted by the Permanent Mission of Italy to the UN and SayNO - UNiTE to End Violence Against Women. It’s a theatrical piece by Italian playwright Serena Dandini featuring a series of powerful monologues by women victims of domestic violence, performed by renowned international personalities. Watch the live webcast with us on 25 November at 4pm EST! #orangeurworld
25 November marks the International Day to end Violence Against Women. Check out http://www.whiteribbon.org.au/ to see how you can get involved and what actions you can take to end violence against women.