Sustainable Development Goals
Working on Violence Against Women
Rebecca R Tavares, Representative, UN Women’s India Multi-Country Office says we must engage with men to end violence against women and girls
The Secretary-General’s Message on the International Day to End Violence Against Women
The UN Secretary General Ban ki Moon calls to make for 16 days of activism to combat violence against women marking the International Day to End Violence against Women on 25 November to Human Rights Day on 10 December 2013.
A Promise is a Promise: UN Secretary-General’s Campaign UNiTE to End Violence against Women
A Promise is A Promise’ is the official video of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Campaign UNiTE to End Violence against Women (November 2012).
Findings from the UN Multi-Country Study on Men and Violence
A new video produced by UN Women and Partners for Prevention tells us why some men use violence against women in Asia and the Pacific, and how we can prevent it.
From Campaign to Monitoring: Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
This documentary profiles the challenges faced by Lawyers Collective and other women’s rights organizations in drafting and implementing India’s domestic violence law. UN Women supported the work on this legislation as well as the making of the documentary. Through interviews with survivors of violence and women’s activists, the documentary traces the achievements and tribulations of their long journey to justice.
Delhi Lights Up
This film based on the Safe Cities Programme chronicles the efforts to make New Delhi a safer city for women and improve the quality of life for all city dwellers.
A public service advertisement urges local residents to take a stand against physical abuse of women in their neighbourhood. This was part of a larger campaign against domestic violence in India, in partnership with the Breakthrough Trust and the Government of India.