Luke Hart: Men Have A Responsibility To Speak Out Against Toxic Masculinity That Breeds Male Violence And Coercive Control
"My father's violence seemed to come out of nowhere. But we later understood that he killed my mother and sister as an ultimate act of control over all of our lives."
Satta Sheriff, a One Young World Peace Ambassadors, writes about the situation of girls in Liberia for International Day of the Girl Child.
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Led by OYW Ambassador Noorjahan Akbar, a group of women writers are determined not to allow the endemic violence in Afghanistan to be passed on to future generations.
As women’s voices are being heard louder in the media, it’s important to ask the question: have we advocated and given a platform to all women?
Education of girls and women is not a privilege, it is a human right. So why educating girls for the future is everyone's job?
We can’t afford to be complicit - we need to call out those closest to us to bring about change.