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For the 16 Days of Activism Against Gendered Violence campaign this year, JERA is profiling the work of organisations around Australia and the globe in their work against all kinds of gender-related violence.

The 16 Days campaign runs each year from 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women until 10 December, International Human Rights Day.

This year’s theme is: ‘From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World:
Let’s Challenge Militarism and End Gender-Based Violence’.

Follow our 16 Days 2014 Campaign:

Day 1 – WAGGGS: Stop the Violence Campaign

Day 2 – Do the Write Thing Challenge & Amnesty International Campaign

Day 3 – Stop Gendered Violence in Conflict Zones Campaign & White Ribbon

Day 4 – UNiTE to End Violence against Women Campaign

Day 5 – International Women’s Human Rights Defenders Day

Day 6 – Our Watch

Day 7 – ANROWS & CFMEU Campaign: Real Men Don’t Abuse Women

Day 8 – 1800 RESPECT Safety Plans & Normanton Rugby Team: ‘It’s Not Our Game’ Initiative

Day 9 – Disabilities Focus

Day 10 – European Istanbul Convention & UK End Violence Against Women Campaigns

Day 11 – Online Take Back the Tech and Egyptian Qanun Nashaz Campaigns

Day 12 – Saudi Arabia Driving Protest and Using Data to Make Change

Day 13 – The Girl Generation Anti-FGM Campaign & Nairobi Miniskirt Protest

Day 14 – Syrian Women’s Peace Initiatives

Day 15 – Trafficking and the Fashion Industry

Day 16 – International Human Rights Day and Final Day’s Re-cap