Visible/Invisible: United to End Gender-based Violence
A CREA 16 Days Activism against Gender-based Violence Campaign
Visible/Invisible: United to End GBV
This year, to mark the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence (GBV), CREA will run the ‘Visible/Invisible: United to End Gender-based Violence’ campaign to advance an inclusive feminist approach to GBV prevention and response.
The campaign will focus on amplifying perspectives of trans and disabled persons: their rights-based activism, the communities’ concerted efforts towards addressing GBV in their local and broader social contexts, understand the challenges that this work presents, and spotlight better and more inclusive feminist approaches to GBV prevention and response.
Through this campaign, we also want to bring attention to access to services for all who experience GBV as a core component of effective GBV prevention and response.
We invite you to join us for the ‘Visible/Invisible: United to End GBV’ campaign and enrich existing dialogues on GBV and build perspectives across movements to adopt cohesive and holistic responses to GBV.