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16 Days Analytical Report 2011

16 Days Campaign Analytical Report 2011   

Thank you for all your support in the 16 Days of Activism 2011 Campaign- From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Let's Challenge Militarism and End Violence Against Women!


As global coordinator of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign, this year the Center for Women’s Global Leadership (CWGL) led the coordination of activities worldwide under the theme, From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Let’s Challenge Militarism and End Violence Against Women!.  Building on the global meeting of experts CWGL convened in June 2011, diverse organizations engaged in multiple activities under specific themes.   

The CWGL 16 Days Campaign Report 2011 reflects information collected through the 2011 16 Days Post-Campaign survey, posted events on our online Global Campaign Calendar, emails from participating individuals and organizations, and Google Alerts.  Note: The analysis is based on documented evidence and does not reflect the entirety of events organized under the 16 Days Campaign. 

 

Global Campaign Highlights

Participation

  • During the 2011 Campaign, CWGL was directly in touch with approximately 500 organizations in 106 countries
  • To date, the Campaign has been in direct communication with 4,114 organizations in 172 countries in every region of the world
  • The number of countries the Campaign has been in communication with increased by 10% just over the last year

Types of Initiatives

  • Organizations participated in campaign initiatives in focus areas and activities through:
  • community mobilization
  • information sharing & coalition building
  • media & art
  • policy.

Thematic Priority Areas

  • Approximately 400 initiatives focused on the Campaign theme.
  • Thematic initiatives focused on 5 priority areas:
  • political violence
  • proliferation of small arms
  • sexual violence during & post-conflict
  • violence perpetuated by state agents
  • women’s peace& human rights movements.

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