2160 people have taken a pledge to end sexual violence

Prevalent in conflict, sexual violence is common within communities worldwide – but as an issue it remains largely hidden. Women, girls, men and boys are all at risk of sexual violence. As a coalition, We Will Speak Out are committed to working together to end sexual violence. Read more
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    • MSC Stories of Change

      Stories of change messages of hope MSC report Final 2017

    • Men of Honour Meeting. 9/6/2017

      Almost 50 men signed the WWSOSA Pledge to speak up against sexual and gender based violence. We have received positive reviews from the men who attended. My team members have gone on to say that this is the best network we’ve ever had in the 3 years we’ve been working together. The feeling we all […]

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    • Churches, Wake up! Statement on Alleged Abuse and Protest of Young Women

      31st January 2018 We should not be surprised by the alleged sexual violence in the Pretoria City Mission of the Methodist Church. Incidences of men treating women as sex objects and preying on young women are rife in the church, as they are in society. And it is almost a norm to silence and vilify […]

    • 16 days Webinar: Working with SGBV survivors

      Wednesday 29 November 2017: 12.30-13.30 UK time As part of the 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, We Will Speak Out coalition, through its members will host a webinar with a panel discussion on the role of faith in responding to the needs and priorities of SGBV survivors and building survivor movements that can […]

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