THE KNOW MORE GLOBAL DIALOGUE SERIES
A GLOBAL CONVERSATION ON THE CHALLENGES AND PROGRESS OF PREVENTING DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE.
NO MORE unites advocacy organizations and promotes collaboration, information sharing, and tool provision to support everyone from the National NGO to the individual who seeks to make a difference in their town or college campus. Even the smallest actions can contribute to creating a society that does not condone domestic and sexual violence.
Throughout 2023, NO MORE chapters and partners from around the world will participate in the KNOW MORE Global Dialogue series through webinars, podcasts, and blogs, joining forces and requesting MORE NO MORE. Together, we can achieve much MORE in creating a better, safer, and more equitable world.
Champions for Change: Working to Eradicate Gender-Based Violence
The session will look at the impact of child marriage, how it enables sexual violence to thrive, and what we can do to end it.
How the Past Impacts the Present in Relationships
“In the process of me getting healthy, it starts with you taking the time to do what you need to do. Understand what are my triggers, what are the things that I personally need to shed so that the abuse is still not winning in my life.”
– Tommi Vincent
Accessing Support Through Unconventional Ways
“The most important thing the Speak Your Truth website does is create connections – when you don’t feel connected to the world it makes your feel more alone” – Speak Your Truth, Support Group Member
Boys will be Human: A Talk about Healthy Masculinity
“I probably wouldn’t have developed a porn addiction in my teens because I would have known that my Dad had this happen to him, that my Dad struggled with it, and he could have talked to me about it.”
– Justin Baldoni
Gender Violence and Forced Displacement: The Latin American Experience
“The trauma lived by the people that migrate is immense. Many women that are crossing the border, that are running away, I believe about 3 out of 4 are abused sexually. Some are left pregnant and arrive here carrying many types of burdens.“
– Jacqueline Cuadra
For an inclusive digital world: Innovation and Technology to combat gender violence
“One way in which one person controls another is financially. It happens because they may have everything centralized in a single bank account or set up in a way in which only one person has direct access.”
– Mónica Talán
A JOURNEY OF HEALING: USING ARTISTIC EXPRESSION TO SURVIVE DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE
“I live in peace and in happiness because helping to get my story out and creating a ripple effect to encourage survivors that they’re not alone, to encourage allies to understand their support can heal us completely – that feeds me with so much strength and peace”
– Danijela Steinfeld
A Call to Action: Ending Violence Against Women in the Black Community
“Trust is so important when you think about survivors that have not been able to navigate on their own. They have been controlled. They are living in fear. When they are seeking services trust is paramount. When they come to a program where the people look like them, understand their language, are able to talk with them from a place of mutual understanding and mutual respect. That’s critical.”
Outing Domestic and Sexual Violence: Shining a Light on Experiences of the LGBTQ+ Community
The webinar aims to address the critical issue of the unique experiences of domestic and sexual violence in the LGBTQ+ community.
El Rol del Sector Privado: Buenas prácticas en prevención de la violencia de género en latinoamérica
This webinar discusses the role of the private sector and its experience in preventing Gender-Based Violence in Latin America.