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We’re joining forces with Hollaback! to mark International Anti-Street Harassment Week. Join us on April 8th in NYC.
On International Women’s Day we release a new tipsheet on safely and ethically conducting interviews with survivors of gender-based violence.
Our Deputy Program Director, Tanya Karanasios will represent WITNESS at the event hosted by the International Center for Transitional Justice and MediaStorm.
Through an analysis of eyewitness video, the report looks at the climate of hate against the LGBTQ community in the U.S. and aims to address data shortfalls surrounding the prevalence of transphobic violence.
WITNESS hosted a panel on Women and Technology at the United Nations to discuss how technology is being used to protect and advocate for women’s rights.
The three-day training covered how to safely and ethically document sexual violence in order to advocate for support, systemic change, and justice when those laws are violated.
WITNESS trains South African activists working on a diverse set of issues on how to safely and ethically interview survivors of gender-based violence.
Taking stock of progress made on the one-year anniversary of the Declaration of Commitment to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.