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Did you KNOW? Gender inequality – including unequal participation in decision making – is a root cause of violence against women. Take turns, respect each other and use joint decision-making methods. This promotes healthy harmonious relationships.


In Cambodia, over 26 per cent of men and over 50 per cent of women think that violence is ok for at least one of six reasons. Survivors of gender-based violence are NOT RESPONSIBLE for the violence perpetrated against them. We must stand up for the right of women to live a life free from violence.


Gender inequality - 4 December 2020

Poverty, illiteracy, and alcohol abuse are not the cause of violence. Join us to stop violence against women.


Today is day 9 of the #16Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign and also International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Join us to promote the rights of persons with disabilities and to end violence against women with disability.


WHY END VAW? - 2 December 2020

Violence against women is a violation of human rights. A society without gender-based violence means true gender equality.


Today is day 7 of the #16Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign and World AIDS Day. Violence against women and HIV/AIDS are both major public health problems. Empowering women and adolescent girls through addressing underlying social and economic issues and gender inequalities is crucial in preventing violence and HIV/AIDS.


Women subject to violence can experience a range of health consequences. It is crucial that health services are available to victims and health care providers are a crucial first point of contact for women seeking help. Should you need assistance, please see relevant contact numbers at the end of this video.