We will never stop standing for and with women and girls across the world during 16 days of activism until violence is eradicated once and for all.
However, there is so much more that has to be done until we can do that. We see every day the life-long effects of violence on women and girls. We, therefore, want to use these 16 days to provide information, insight and challenge on why gender-based violence is still so prevalent and in many cases tolerated even in countries like ours, how it presents, and most importantly the impact it has on the lives of women and girls who survive it.
To find out more about this global time of action – visit here.
Friday 25th November
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
GCRC is proud to start this year’s 16-days of activism to challenge violence against women and girls with an open day at our new offices. Come along anytime between 10am and 2pm and have a look around our survivor suite, meet our workers, and have tea and cake!
Monday 28th November
What is consent?
If you are not sure what is consent, please follow our social media.! You can find us on Instagram, facebook and twitter!
Tuesday 29th November
Who we are?
Have you ever wondered how the day in our centre look like? What are we doing? and when all starts? You can find out more from our social media!
Wednesday 30th November
Mental Health and Violence against women and girls
On Wednesday Glasgow & Clyde rape crisis centre will focus on violence against women and girls and what impact that has on their mental health.
Thursday 1st December
Community Safety and Violence against women and girls
On Thursday we will present you some common stereotypes related to myths around rape culture.
Friday 2nd December
Does honour-based abuse exists in Scotland? what is the difference between forced and arranged marriage? are we providing support for survivors of honour-based abuse? this Friday we will answer this and many more questions related to this subject. Please follow our social media.
Monday 5th December
Reporting Violence Against Women & Girls in Scotland
On Monday we will focus on reporting crimes related to VAWG to the police. We will share with you some statistics, we will introduce our Support to report team and we will explain how they can help.
Tuesday 6th December
Commercial Sexual Exploitation
On Tuesday we will dedicate some space to different fields of the subject including prostitution, pornography and trafficking.
Wednesday 7th December
Violence against women and girls and mental health
On Wednesday we will focus more on self-care. We will share some knowledge of breathing techniques and trauma symptoms.
Thursday 8th December
Fight for the night
Join us and Strathclyde Union to demand action to make our streets safer and show solidarity to survivors of rape and sexual assault.
Friday 9th December
On Friday we will present the summary and all achievements from 16 days of activism. We will also share some comments from our followers! Please share your thought with us.
Saturday 10th December
Human Rights Day
Please REMEMBER women’s rights are human rights.