Zonta Club of Ottawa, Canada shares its 16 Days of Activism YouTube campaign

The Zonta Club of Ottawa, Canada, participated in the 16 Days Campaign to end gender-based violence with social media messages to raise awareness of issues of violence against women and girls. The club wanted to mark the 16 days in a way that might resonate with the community. 16 club members made a difference by speaking out on an aspect of violence against women and children that is particularly meaningful to them.

Listed below is a list of topics the club presented for each of the 16 Days, along with a video.

Day 1, 25 November
Violence By Intimate Partners, presented by Judith | video


Day 2, 26 November
Sex Trafficking of Women and Girls, presented by Val H. | video


Day 3, 27 November
Affordable Housing for Women Fleeing Violence, presented by Elspeth | video


Day 4, 28 November
Financial Cost of Gender Violence to the Canadian Economy, presented by Kathleen | video


Day 5, 29 November
Impact of Domestic Violence on Children, presented by Sylvie | video


Day 6, 30 November
White Ribbon Campaign, presented by Kirsten | video


Day 7, 1 December
Workplace Violence and Harassment, presented by Lauren | video


Day 8, 2 December
Violence Against Women Parliamentarians, presented by Judith | video


Day 9, 3 December
Three Initiatives to Help Victims of Gender Violence, presented by Elspeth | video


Day 10, 4 December
Violence Against Indigenous Women, presented by Kathleen | video


Day 11, 5 December
Honor-Based Violence, presented by Val | video


Day 12, 6 December
Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre, presented by Susie | video


Day 13, 7 December
Story of Two Women Murdered by Intimate Partner, presented by Kathy | video


Day 14, 8 December
Resolving Not to be a Silent Bystander, presented by Elspeth | video


Day 15, 9 December
Evidence-Based Solutions to End Gender Violence, presented by Kathleen | video


Day 16, 10 December
What We Can Do to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls, presented by CJ | video

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