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[16days_discussion] Correction: Re: Video + Guide Launch!

Shea Morrissey s.morrissey at
Fri Nov 25 13:23:17 EST 2011

Hi all, apologies, but one of the links is not working.  Please share the
below messaging:

On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 8:32 AM, Shea Morrissey <s.morrissey at>wrote:

> Hi All,
> In commemoration of the 16 Days Campaign, Women Win has launched a new
> video and online guide around addressing GBV in conflict regions through
> sport.  Please take a look and share widely, especially with friends in
> conflict/post-conflict areas.  The video is available in English, Spanish
> and French, and the guide is translatable into over 50 languages.  Below is
> some messaging to share through your networks. Many thanks for your support
> in sharing these resources!
> *Twitter:*
> @Women_Win launches video on sport in conflict regions for #16Days of
> Activism Against #GBV!  Watch and share:
> *Facebook:*
> Women Win launches video on sport as a tool to address gender-based
> violence in conflict regions for 16 Days of Activism Against GBV.  Watch
> and share to join the campaign! <>
> *Email to contacts:*
> Today marks the beginning of the global campaign for *16 Days of Activism
> Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV)*.  GBV continues to be one of the
> most prevalent and socially accepted categories of human rights violations.
> In conflict and post-conflict regions around the world, girls and women are
> particularly vulnerable.  Girls and women need a safe space to address
> the trauma endured during and after conflict; sport is providing that
> space. *Sport* has proven to be an effective strategy in challenging GBV
> in conflict regions such as Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Colombia.
> As part of Women Win’s campaign to address GBV through sport, we have
> recently launched two new resources; a special chapter specific to conflict
> regions, and a powerful video highlighting the role of sport among
> survivors of GBV in conflict regions.  We encourage you to explore these  at
> <http://goog_810014442>**<>
> <>where you will learn more about how
> sport is helping survivors of GBV heal, connect and rebuild.
> Women Win invites you to join us in 16 Days of Activism by sharing these
> resources with your community to raise awareness and encourage action in
> promoting sport as a platform for addressing GBV in conflict and
> post-conflict regions.
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