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Videos and Presentations on Gender and Genderbased Violence
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#IStandUp Against the Harm Caused By Objectification of Women in Advertising Part of the #WomenNotObjects Campaign View on YouTube  
16 Days of Activism - A Mother's Union Presentation Anglican Church.  Download  
16 Days of Activism. Anglican Men Speak Out Anglican Church View on YouTube  
16 Days of Activism- Anglican Men Speak Out Anglican Church. Supporting leaflet here. View on YouTube  

Amama, I Think I’m in Love: Navigating Healthy, Holy Sexuality as a Divine Gift 

Fulata Moyo, Theologian at World Council of Churches, delivers a To The Point session at the Women Deliver 2016 Global Conference.  View on YouTube  
Before I Go: Gender Roles in the Church Presentation from Calvary Church  View Online  
Brothers for Life Rape Campaign subtitles.  Brothers for Life View on YouTube  
Can Violent Couples Change? An article and video presentation by Elizabeth Starmann View Online  
Catholic Archbishop Stephen Brislin - "We Take A Stand" campaign Message This video is one of a series of messages by South African Faith leaders calling upon their counterparts and the country as a whole to 'Take A Stand' against domestic and gender based violence. It is also a call to prioritise the issue of violence against women and children within faith communities and society as a whole. In all communities there are perpetrators and survivors. What then can faith leaders do to step into true leadership on this issue and how far will they go to work within their communities and faith structures to make South Africa a safer and more loving place? View on YouTube  
Consent as Tea Copyright ©2015 Emmeline May and Blue Seat Studios View online  

The Coworker - David Schwimmer 

One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment. View Online  
The Actor - David Schwimmer  One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment View Online  
The Boss - David Schwimmer  One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment View Online  
The Doctor - David Schwimmer  One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment View Online  
The Photographer - David Schwimmer - One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment View Online  
The Politician - David Schwimmer  One in a SERIES of six short films, produced by David Schwimmer, has been released as part of a new campaign to combat sexual harassment, titled #ThatsHarassment View Online  
To End Gender - Based Violence Wee Must Change Masculinity 

In this vlog for HuffPost UK, Prabu talks about how we define what it is to be a man, and how toxic masculinity leads to abuse of women across the world. He also discusses his work with men countries like the Democratic Republic of the Congo on educating both men and women on gender justice, and working to eradicate aspects of cultures that are used to promote and justify the abuse of women.

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Ending Violence Against Women with Numbers and Stories After experiencing the problems first hand in Nicaragua, Mary Ellsberg has devoted her life to advocating for women's rights and social justice worldwide. In her talk, Mary explains her experience and emphasizes the importance of protecting and maintaining basic human rights for everyone.  View on YouTube  
Engaging Boys and Men: Interview with Quentin Walcott Interview with gender-violence activist Quentin “Q” Walcott, Co-Executive Director of CONNECT to learn about CONNECT’s 7th Annual Father’s Day Pledge to End Violence. Listen Online  
Faith and International Development Conference- Pauline Muchina A Presentation by Pauline Muchina View Online  
Four Ways We Are Failing Our Boys Tom Churchyard, TEDxUWCSA View on YouTube  
Gender & The Bible Tearfund Download  
The Girl Effect The girl effect is about leveraging the unique potential of adolescent girls to end poverty for themselves, their families, their communities, their countries and the world View on YouTube  

International Day of the Girl: How Inequality Starts Before Birth – Video 

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Izwi Lami: Tech Tool for rape survivors Izwi Lami is an SMS tool for rape survivors to share their stories, access counseling services and sign a petition calling for packages of care to be distributed to all 24 hr health facilities across the country. This is Naeemah's story of overcoming rape and how this tool could have helped her when she went through her own trauma of sexual violence. This tool, together with Minister Mbalula's 6 point plan to tackle gender based violence, all form part of the battle against sexual violence in South Africa today. Watch to learn more. Are you a survivor? SMS 'endrape' to 38006. Produced by Kim Harrisberg for Health-e News. View on YouTube  

Join us for Speak Out Sabbath Oct. 13-15

This October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the We Will Speak Out U.S. coalition is encouraging faith leaders to take a stand and speak out against domestic violence during Speak a out Sabbath. We have assembled training resources and materials to help faith leaders take  View on YouTube  
Kwanele Enuf is Enuf Advert Veiw on YouTube  
The Laws that Sex Workers Really Want  Toni Mac, TedTalk  View Online  

Leveling the Playing Field: ICRW's Work to Empower Girls   

ICRW is working to empower girls, give them the skills to improve their lives and we are working with families and communities to understand the importance of investing in girls. View on YouTube  
Meet the Trans Teen Whose Case is Headed to the Supreme Court The U.S Supreme Court will hear its first transgender rights case. This is the high school student behind it. View Online  
Michelle Obama: This Issue is Personal for me An Interview on CNN View Online  
Monitoring and Evaluating Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Mitigation Programs A Facilitators Training Guide by USAID Download  
NoXcuse for Violence Against Women: WCC Programme Executive Fulata Moyo The World Council of Churches programme executive for Women in Church and Society, Dr Fulata Mbano-Moyo, tells about her personal experience of sexual violence and the struggle she faced in order to be able to say: There is no excuse for violence against women and there is no excuse for ignoring it. View on YouTube  
One in Nine Campaign Explains Silents Protest  ENCA Interview View on YouTube  
On the CUSP of Change. Effective scaling of social norms programming for gender equality        Over the past 10 years, the evidence base on the effectiveness of programs focused on changing social norms to achieve gender equality has grown. A number of approaches and methodologies demonstrate significant impact in preventing violence against women and girls (VAWG) and in advancing women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Download  

Pastoral Care Issues: End of Life Needs of Survivors (2016)

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Rabbi Warren Goldstein - 'We Take a Stand' SAFFI Campaign Message This is one of a series of messages by South African Faith leaders calling upon their counterparts and the country as a whole to 'Take A Stand' against domestic and gender based violence. It is also a call to prioritise the issue of violence against women and children within faith communities and society as a whole. In all communities there are perpetrators and survivors. What then can faith leaders do to step int View on Youtube  
Religious Youth against Gender Based and Domestic Violence UN Women. Religious communities in Albania are an example of interfaith harmony for the world! In this video religious youth of four different communities call for a world free from violence against women and girls. View Online  
Reversing the Trend In this video, made to mark the International Day for Elimination of Gender-based Violence, artist and activist Rand Jarallah uses her face as a canvas to show the horrors of violence against women, one of the most prevalent human rights abuses in the world.  View on YouTube  
Sexual Harassment Infographic #AgentOfChange In an effort to promote causes we believe in, Echo Ledge presents the #AgentOfChange initiative. A series of infographics that look into social justice causes and what we as citizens can do to assist in doing what's right. View Online  
Study: Almost half of rape victims who report their cases to the police are children

A recently released study on rape reveals that children are mostly raped on weekday afternoons, but adults over weekends.

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Things To Say To Young Girls That Aren’t “You Look Pretty Today!” BuzzFeed Parents View Online  
'They said They Would Rape Me ': Defenders of Women's Rights Speak Out In this video activists are championing women’s rights around the world are being systematically targeted with threats and abuse. To mark International Women Human Rights Defenders’ Day, we hear from four campaigners who have come under attack for their work. Women from Honduras, Nepal, China and Egypt share their stories of persecution View Online  
Thursday in Black.Violence Against Women Must be Stopped World YWCA View on YouTube  

The Urgency of Intersectionality

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UK Says No More: "Attention" The UK SAYS NO MORE campaign, a partnership between London Charity Hestia and NO MORE in the USA, promotes the use of a new national symbol to express support for ending domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) in our society. The UK SAYS NO MORE signature, worn and displayed by influencers, people working in the field of DV/SA and members of the general public, will raise visibility, create awareness,  View on YouTube  
Video Highlights Abuse, Discrimination AGainst Women Pastors

A new video released by the United Methodist Church highlights incidents of sexual harassment, abuse and discrimination against women pastors.

The North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church solicited written statements from women clergy voicing their personal experiences of discrimination. The statements were read in the video by 12 male clergy. Some of the comments from women clergy included:

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Violence Against Women - It's a Men's Issue A Presentation by Jackson Katz on a clarion call for us all — women and men — to call out unacceptable behavior and be leaders of change. View Online  
A Warrior's Cry Against Child Marriage A Presentation by Memory Banda View Online  
We Are Lions This piece was produced in association with MEND™ - MEND™ engages men to think differently about their role in our culture and to become catalysts of cultural change View on YouTube  
What Can One Generation Teach the Next About Manhood? Advocate Tony Porter's wisdom focuses on masculinity and ending violence against women. Download or view online  
What It Takes To Be a Man This film was made in 2009 by Chedza Media in South Africa. It was commissioned by the World Council of Churches Women's Desk, as part of their campaign on Men and Positive Masculinity for Partnership. View on YouTube  
Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave Leslie Morgan Steiner was in "crazy love" — that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about victims of domestic violence, and explaining how we can all help break the silence.   View Online  
Why do Me Rape? A Video by Bhekisisa View Online  
Why I Believe the Mistreatment of Women is the Number One Human Rights Abuse

With his signature resolve, former US President Jimmy Carter dives into three unexpected reasons why the mistreatment of women and girls continues in so many manifestations in so many parts of the world, both developed and developing. The final reason he gives? “In general, men don’t give a damn.” 

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Women Challenges in Accessing Public Transport in ZImbabwe 2016 A video by Action Aid View on YouTube