Truth & Reconciliation Conversations (TRC)

TRC is committed to racial reconciliation and advocacy for women and girls. #takeastand

Violence against women and girls, including domestic and gender based violence (GBV), is learned behavior that’s generally perpetrated by males. It’s rooted in inequality, harmful norms, and has no racial, social, economic or national boundaries. More importantly, it’s preventable and can be unlearned!
Here’s how you can make a difference:
TAKE THE PLEDGE TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN & GIRLS

Silence is not an option.

Take A Stand and pledge to end violence against women and girls where you live. Record and share your pledge on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn), and add why or how you’ll take action. Tag #takeastand @trconversations. Join our worldwide community of pledgees!

SPONSOR ACCREDITED CIVIC EDUCATION

 

TRC offers accredited courses to galvanize youth around the world to prevent and end violence against women and girls through civic education and activism.

Students anywhere in the world may take a free online course. They complete assignments by sharing their work on social media. Students can partner from anywhere in the world and work together on their assignments. They may also apply for a scholarship to earn academic credit, transferable to their local school, for learning how to prevent violence against women and girls where they live. Enrollment is year-round.

TRC’s putting civic education and activism into action to take a stand for women and girls. #takeastand

GENDER SAFE  WORKPLACE PLEDGE

TRC invites companies, schools, and nonprofit organizations to pledge to provide a Gender Safe Workplace for their staff, customers, and local communities. The Gender Safe Workplace pledge is a commitment to publicly promote gender equality and provide education to end gender based violence (GBV) in the workplace.

Khalil Osiris presents a Gender Safe Workplace certificate to Jessica Jefferson, owner of Soul Wellness, Social Support and Therapeutic Services.

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