Men Can Take a Stand

Men helping women

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Most men are not abusive. They are loving protectors, proud fathers, involved brothers, uncles and grandfathers - men who truly care about women and children.

Men need to speak out publicly against the violence.

  • Take action as a bystander witnessing violence or abuse.
  • Serve as a role model and mentor for other men and boys.
  • Work as an ally with others to help end gender-based violence.

Expanding the number of men who are motivated to take on a more action-oriented role is one of the keys to ending gender-based violence

Sign up for the 2017 Father's Day Campaign Against Domestic Violence

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