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Men and Women Ending Gender-Based Violence
18 Jul 17 Gender-Based Violence

In a world where many countries have come to enshrine women’s rights and support for gender equality in policy and practice, gender-based violence (GBV), specifically violence against women and girls, still persists. This violence, whether at home or in public, is rooted in gender-based discrimination, inequitable gender norms, and imbalanced power dynamics. To end all forms of GBV, we must address its social and structural causes.

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