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[16days_discussion] Final Reminder- Call for Input: 16 Days Campaign 2013

16 Days Campaign 16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu
Fri Apr 26 14:12:09 EDT 2013


Greetings!

Recently, the Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) shared with 
you a request for input to be used in shaping the 2013 16 Days Campaign. 
Please, see the input call which is available below for your convenience 
and email us your feedback at 16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu 
<mailto:16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu>by *Tuesday, April 30.*

_Call for Input: 16 Days Campaign 2013_

As the global coordinator of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender 
Violence Campaign, the *Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL) 
seeks your support as we begin preparations for the 2013 Campaign cycle*.

For the past three years, the theme of the Campaign has been "From Peace 
in the Home to Peace in the World", to highlight the intersections of 
gender based violence and militarism around the world. In 2012, with 
feedback from you, the Campaign theme focused on three priority areas: 
1) violence perpetrated by state actors; 2) domestic violence and the 
role of small arms; and 3) sexual violence during and after conflict.

This year, based on feedback received during the 16 Days Open Forum held 
during the 57thCommission on the Status of Women in March, you 
highlighted that *economic and social rights (ESR) are imperative and 
intricately woven into the greater struggle to end violence against 
women* and the realization of a more just and peaceful world for all.

As activists working to end violence against women, there are many 
challenges to our work, including lack of support from our communities 
and governments, little or no implementation of hard won legislation, 
limited resources, and violence and intimidation for stepping away from 
hegemonic norms of patriarchy and hetero-normativity. Economic and 
social rights are linked to the physical and structural violence women 
face, and activists working to end these inequalities and forms of 
violence are addressing these linkages.

*CWGL invites you to share your experiences on working for economic and 
social rights as a means to achieving women's rights and ending 
gender-based violence, including challenges affecting your work. Your 
feedback will contribute to the development of the theme.*Please, also 
*share any resources or fact sheets you have on this issue.*

Since we are eager to hear from you, please, *send us your feedback to 
*16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu <mailto:16days at cwgl.rutgers.edu>*by Tuesday, 
April 30.*

Thank you,

Center for Women's Global Leadership (CWGL)

-- 
The 16 Days Team
16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign
Center for Women's Global Leadership
School of Arts and Sciences
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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