Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, marked its third anniversary on Thursday by launching an online platform to fight sexual violence, hoping to expand the reach of the campaign against harassment and assault.
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Online abuse is driving girls to quit social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, with nearly 60% experiencing harassment, a global study showed on Sunday.
Governments must do more to keep women safe online in order to meet global goals on gender inequality, a British Nigerian activist has warned, as the coronavirus pandemic causes a surge in racism and gender-based abuse on the internet.
The Technical Assistance (TA) Bundle is a resource from NRCDV that packages innovative TA Questions and complementary resources by theme, offering stories, resources, and promising practices for promoting advocates' and survivors' empowerment, healing, and wellness.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the world, advocates and survivors are battling the intersecting pandemics of domestic violence and COVID-19. In our September TAQ, Mildred D. Muhammad outlines strategies for advocates to help survivors navigate safety planning.
For too many around the globe, the coronavirus pandemic has meant a twofold threat: The risk of catching a deadly virus coupled with the peril of being locked in confined spaces with increasingly violent abusers.