Men in Greece are also standing up to violence…what are you waiting for?

Building a Movement to Prevent Violence Against women in the Horn, East and South Africa

Sponsor: Human Rights Now Speakers: GBV Prevention network and Raising Voices The GBV Prevention network marks it’s tenth anniversary this year. They were established in 2003, with thirty organizations, they have grown to 450 members in sixteen countries. Our members are involved in a wide range of individual and community level prevention programs, from offering [ ... ]

(Español) 70 sindicatos firman acuerdo contra la violencia laboral

Setenta sindicatos argentinos firmaron el pasado 8 de mayo un acuerdo con el Ministerio de Trabajo y Seguridad Social para prevenir y eliminar la violencia laboral. A continuación adjuntamos el acta de dicho acuerdo y el afiche elaborado para tal ocasión. 130403_oavl_afiche_impunidad Acta escaneada

“Have a Safe Journey to Work” Campaign – USDAW

Over the last year the Union has asked over two and half thousand Reps and members to tell them about their journeys to work. They did this by using a short survey and by holding local get together of members. This gave them a clear picture of the problems members were having travelling to and [ ... ]

Domestic violence – Leaflet 287 – USDAW

It happens everywhere – from large cities to rural communities. It is just as much about verbal abuse and controlling behaviour as it is about physical or sexual violence. In most cases domestic violence is a continuous series of attacks, rather than a one-off incident. Domestic violence affects many of our members and Usdaw is [ ... ]

Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (UK) is launching a new leaflet about domestic violence

Usdaw is launching a new leaflet to support women experiencing domestic violence to mark today’s International Day for Elimination of Violence against Women. Domestic violence is a problem which is much more likely to be faced by women than men. The new leaflet aims to help women who are thinking of leaving an abusive or [ ... ]