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Violence
against children
is preventable.
And the time
to prevent it
is now.
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TOGETHER TO #ENDVIOLENCE AFFILIATE EVENTS

ALL EVENTS

As part of Together to #ENDviolence, partners and national coalitions are leading affiliated events to amplify our impact. These events will provide a drumbeat of national and thematic events, calling for commitments and encouraging leaders to respond to the urgent challenge of violence against children.
ALL EVENTS

DIY TOOLKIT

We encourage all our partners — no matter their size — to join the movement by hosting an affiliate event or initiative. Below, you can find a Do-It-Yourself Toolkit to get you started, which contains resources, information and sample materials to create an affiliate event.
DIY TOOLKIT

REGISTER

Register your event with Together to #ENDviolence at the button below so we can best support and amplify your work. Once you register an event, we will reach out to you to ensure we have all the necessary materials to best promote it.
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1 in 2
children experience
violence every year
every 7 minutes
a child dies as
a result of violence
10 million
children are subjected
to modern slavery

Our Progress

504
Member
Organisations
30
Pathfinder
Countries
$56370802
+ Invested from the
End Violence Fund

COVID-19

PROTECT CHILDREN
WITH THE LATEST
COVID-19 RESOURCES
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OBJECTIVES 2019-2021

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Grow Demand

Catalyze a global movement to raise awareness, increase understanding, change thinking, and inspire action
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Mobilize New Resources

Make a compelling investment case and mobilize resources for everyone working to end violence against children
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Equip Practitioners

Identify and share solutions, expertise, and resources with all those working to end violence, including through the End Violence Fund

KEY MESSAGES

LET'S SPEAK WITH ONE
VOICE TO END VIOLENCE
AGAINST CHILDREN
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