Thank you for supporting the inaugural Stand Speak Rise Up! To End Sexual Violence in Fragile Environments.
Now is the time to RISE UP and act. Help survivors access care, justice and support for their initiatives through the Call to Action of Stand Speak Rise Up!
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Think, understand and act alongside survivors and visionary representatives of the international community. Design innovative, long-term prevention strategies that can be scaled for global impact.
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On 26 - 27 March 2019, at the inaugural Stand Speak Rise Up! international conference in Luxembourg, HRH The Grand Duchess convened leaders from the national and international community and from public, private, NGO, legal and academic sectors. This event created a platform to connect stakeholders and survivors of sexual violence and built new partnerships, and identified innovative and lasting solutions.
President and Co-Founder, Our Voice (Nas Glas); Member of SEMA, the Global Network of Victims and Survivors to End Wartime Rape, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Psychologist, anthropologist and advocate
Additional images from the #StandSpeakRiseUp workshops. © SSRUP / SIPA Press https://t.co/ffZSJkF0RN #womensrights #endrapeinwar #endrape #hope #survivors #notosexualviolence #notosexualabuse https://t.co/3QiE205iIi
@StandSpeakRise - May 22
The workshops at the #StandSpeakRiseUp forum held an important place in addressing and responding the consequences of sexual violence in fragile environments. We thank the participants for their invaluable contributions! © SSRUP / SIPA - CGD / M.Dessard https://t.co/ffZSJkF0RN https://t.co/Ep7Z0am4Fz
@StandSpeakRise - May 22
Survivors were at the heart of the international forum #StandSpeakRiseUp © CGD / Marion Dessard © SSRUP / SIPA Press #womensrights #endrapeinwar #endrape #hope #survivors #notosexualviolence #notosexualabuse https://t.co/Ou1xBEkzEt
@StandSpeakRise - May 21
We call on citizens of goodwill – who refuse to allow the bodies of women, children and men to be used as battlefields – to look into the hearts of survivors and open their own to action.
If we cannot end war, let us at least end rape as a weapon.
Show us your photos and videos standing up with survivors on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The time is now to recognise, acknowledge and support survivors of sexual violence in fragile environments.