Stand Up For Stree   

A campaign against Gender-Based Violenceess

The Stand Up For Stree Campaign against Gender-based Violence will commence from 10th November to 10th December 2021.

 

It is a step taken by young people, volunteers, institutions and organisations to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women and girls

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In a study in India, on about 10,000 women, 26 per cent reported having experienced physical violence from spouses during their lifetime. The prevalence could be as high as 45 per cent, as indicated by data from some states.

 

The latest figures from the NCRB shows that:

A crime was recorded against women every three minutes.

Every hour, at least two women are sexually assaulted, and every six hours, a young married woman is beaten to death, burnt or driven to suicide.

28.4 per cent of pregnant women suffer domestic violence.

As a result of violence, women suffer social isolation, unemployment, income loss, poor self-care and fail to provide childcare, which is a grave concern.

Limitless Stree has launched the Stand Up for Stree campaign to ensure women and girls live a safe and dignified life.

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Why Gender Based Violence ?

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Gender-based violence (GBV) refers to harmful acts directed at an individual or a group of individuals based on their gender.

It is rooted in gender inequality, the abuse of power and harmful norms. While women and girls suffer disproportionately from GBV, men and boys can also be targeted. The term is also sometimes used to describe targeted violence against LGBTQI+ populations when referencing violence related to norms of masculinity/femininity and/or gender norms.

Actions Taken

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, violence against women has increased at an alarming rate. We along with our partners and volunteers had a chance, through this campaign to do something about it, to make a change that will impact the lives of women and girls worldwide.

Take Action With Us

PARTICIPANTS

 

This campaign saw enthusiastic participation from all over the world. We could reach out to volunteers from every corner. 

This campaign was open for all, irrespective of age, location or gender. It was open to all individuals, organisations and institutions who stand against Gender-Based Violence.

Our Partner

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Pahchan Foundation, West Bengal, India

Social Media Package

This is the link to the Trello board for all social media content of the campaign. Please feel free to use any of the content. You can also create your own designs.

Hashtags:

#StandUpForStree is our main hashtag for the campaign.

 

Secondary Hashtags: #BeLimitless #LimitlessStree #YAA

Tag @Limitless_Stree and @ReachingSkyFoundation on your social media handle while posting. We would be delighted to reshare your actions!

 

To receive the certificates for the campaign, please fill-up the registration form and reporting form with your correct details.

 

You can share all your creations by attaching them in the reporting form for the certification process. In case of queries, you can mail us at LSTeam@reachingsky.org or DM on our Social Media handles.