Across the country many communities are raising awareness on violence against women. For many years the work has been focused on connecting women with services and improving the response of law enforcement, courts, and creating legal reform. Many people who have worked within the field for decades reflected on all the success and still wondered why we still have such high numbers of women being beaten, sexually assaulted, and forced into the sex trade. Until recently no one really looked at how we are engaging men in the general public, and pretty much unless you were a man who had a job with an obligation to address violence against women or you were a man who was caught and convicted of a crime you never really had the opportunity to learn about the dynamics and find ways to be part of the solution.
Wica Agli is releasing this toolkit in effort to raise the level of understanding of the general public on violence against women and hope that you can take the time to learn from these tools, share them, or incorporate them into your education events. These resources are in the public domain and we claim no ownership of the materials and acknowledging their original creators.
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