Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women moving to Social Media

Celebrating the 4th anniversary, Say NO – UNiTE, a growing network of partners working to end violence against women and girls, has announced to move to Social Media. Starting from December 2013, Say NO – UNiTE will move from the website to Facebook and Twitter.

say-no-unite“We are moving from this website to build our biggest momentum yet on social media. We will still organize and highlight actions to end violence against women and girls, have events and more on Facebook and Twitter. Like facebook.com/SayNO.UNiTE and follow @SayNO_UNiTE on Twitter.” A statement on its official website informed.

“Today Say NO – UNiTE turns four! A big thank you from the Communications Team at UN Women for working with us. Four years and more than 5 million actions later, we are ready for the next step. This year, Say NO – UNiTE will move away from the website http://saynotoviolence.org/ to build our biggest momentum yet on social media. We will continue to organize and highlight actions to end violence against women and girls on the social platforms of your choice, Facebook and Twitter. For the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, from 25 November – 10 December, we will focus on a single action – together with you, we will Orange the World in 16 Days.” An official announced.

Say NO – UNiTE to End Violence against Women is a social mobilization platform on ending violence against women and girls, contributing towards UN Secretary General’s system -wide campaign, UNiTE to End Violence against Women. Launched in November 2009 by UN Women, Say NO – UNiTE showcases advocacy efforts and engages people from all walks of life, online and on the ground.

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