Program Trains Youth To Prevent Violence Against Women, Girls

U.N. Women: Through education, youth act to prevent violence against women
This blog post, which was cross-posted on Huffington Post, highlights the work of participants trained in the Voices against Violence project, an education curriculum co-developed by U.N. Women and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) with the support of Zonta International that trains youth on “how to deliver a unique non-formal education curriculum that aims to prevent violence against women and girls” (10/29).

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