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Gender-Based Violence During the 16 Days of Activism

The Yolo Foundation Stands United Against Gender-Based Violence During the 16 Days of Activism

Toronto, November 25th The Yolo Foundation proudly joins the global community in observing the annual “16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence,” a critical international campaign that kicks off on November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and extends until December 10, Human Rights Day. This year’s theme, “Unite, Invest to prevent violence against women and girls,” serves as a rallying call for collective action against the pervasive issue of gender-based violence.
The Yolo Foundation is dedicated to fostering a world where everyone, regardless of gender, can live free from fear, violence, and discrimination. The 16 Days of Activism provide a crucial opportunity to raise awareness, spark conversations, and advocate for meaningful change in policies and attitudes surrounding gender-based violence.
As an organization committed to positive impact, The Yolo Foundation recognizes the urgency of addressing the root causes of gender-based violence and creating a culture of respect and equality. Through our ongoing initiatives, we aim to contribute to the prevention of violence against women and girls and support survivors on their journey to healing and empowerment.
During the 16 Days of Activism, The Yolo Foundation will be engaging in various activities and initiatives, including [list specific activities, events, or campaigns planned]. These efforts are designed to amplify the voices of survivors, raise awareness, and mobilize communities towards creating safer and more inclusive spaces for everyone.
We invite our community, partners, and the public to join us in this collective effort to end gender-based violence. By uniting and investing in prevention, we can create lasting change and build a future where everyone can live with dignity, respect, and equality.

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