Be sure to join the Global Tweetathon (all day, all languages) on April 4! Just use #EndSH.
With a goal to eliminate sexual harassment against women and generate a culture of non-tolerance to such actions, The Association of Defenders of the People of the Argentine Republic and the Ombudsman’s staff is participating in the Week by posting photos and information on social networks Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with the # ParáLaMano hasthag, with the commitment to denaturalize this macho culture.
Women in Cities International, based in Montreal, launched the podcast series Small Talks & City Blocks today, with the first episode focused on street harassment and the founding of International Anti-Street Harassment Week.
Students at Capítulo de la International Law Students Association continued to raise awareness on campus and online today.
Patronato San José, Quito, Ecuador released a video about safe public transit.
You can download & print these French anti-street harassment posters! via from the organization Paye Ta Shnek. @PayeTaShnek #stopharcelementderue #EndSH
Nufoshey and Hope for Women held a self-defense workshop.
2R Red Reapropiaciones began to publish the pictures of their visual campaign on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #ElEspacioEsPúblicoMiCuerpoNo and #EndSH.
Youth Advocacy Nepal held a consultation meeting on street harassment.
Hollaback Nederlands held a brainstorm session on ways to address street harassment in their community.
Stop Straatinitimidatie began publishing videos of politicians and other leaders sharing why stopping street harassment is important and why they support these efforts. The first two videos come from Joost Eerdmans, Councilor Security Enforcement and Outside, and deputy mayor in Rotterdam & Irene Hemelaar, creative entrepreneur and former director Amsterdam Gay Pride.
UN Women Pakistan tweeted out the winning video (on street harassment) from the Izhar by Film Fellowship (IBFF), an initiative of Morango Films, with support from UN Women. A screening ceremony of the top 25 short films produced by trainees from across Pakistan who participated in the first-ever fellowship program on the social and political rights of women was held last Thursday.
Nottingham Women’s Center launched a poster campaign in their community because misogyny is a hate crime in Nottingham.
The Haverford College Women*s Center set up chalking stations in front of the DC and McGill so people can answer the question “How do you respond to street harassment?” Students can post a photo of their message on Instagram and tag @hcwomensctr.
The University of Louisville’s Women 4 Women Student Board invited students to write all the unspoken messages they’ve wanted to say to harassers and any inappropriate comments that have been said to you. Students could also show their support to victims by signing a pledge to combat street harassment. #CardsAgainstCatcalling
University of New Hampshire Wildcats STOP Street Harassment released a video with students talking about their street harassment stories and what students can do about it.
In Brooklyn, NY, “Art in Ad Places” put up a Stop Telling Women to Smile poster.
@carlotajota created this image for the week!
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