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The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual international campaign that starts on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and runs until 10 December, Human Rights Day. It is used as an organising strategy around the world to call for the prevention and elimination of gender based violence.

16 actions you can take every day to show your support:

Unite for White Ribbon Day during the Fifa World Cup and discover the 11 traits men and boys can nurture to help create a world of equality and safety for women. #TheGoal #HerGameToo

Find out more about our specialist training which covers all aspects of sexual violence and childhood sexual abuse.

Take a step forward towards gender equality and add your story to the everyday sexism project.

Find out more about your local support services for women and girls and become a Community Champion for CRASAC.

On #givingtuesday organise a fundraising event or donate to CRASAC’s Big Give Christmas campaign.

Read the recent West Midlands Victims’ Commissioner report which examines the link between the cost of living crisis and domestic abuse.

Sign a petition to ensure the UK’s new Online Safety Law protects women and girls from online abuse.

Sign up to our supporter newsletter to receive updates from CRASAC on our work and ways you can get involved.

Follow the Home Office Enough campaign and challenge abusive behaviour.

Watch a clip from the Hollyoaks special episode Long Walk Home which explores women’s safety and where blame lies.

Check out the Write to End Violence Against Women and Girls Awards which recognises journalists, writers and journalists across the UK who raise awareness of gender equality and violence against women and girls.

Work with young people? Bring about real change by booking a CRASAC awareness raising and prevention workshop.

Get involved with research. The Centre of expertise on child sexual abuse has launched the Strengthening Services for Victims and Survivors and is keen to understand the gaps and access to services.

Check out some of our information about sexual violence and useful resources for professionals.

On World Human Rights Day, read the findings and recommendations from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.


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