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We empower survivors of gender violence to move from fear and abuse to safety and stability, transforming lives through a comprehensive range of services.
We provide survivors a range of direct services to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of abuse.
You can make a difference for thousands of adults and children every year.
Join us to create a world where freedom from gender violence is a basic human right.
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Last weekend, NYT Magazine asked: “Should Prostitution Be a Crime?” but excluded the viewpoints of survivors who know firsthand the deep harm perpetuated by the commercial sex industry.
As an immigration lawyer, a week of immersion in immigration and refugee law is a dream, but as a human, I dread the crying children.
We serve over 15,000 survivors of domestic violence, sex trafficking and related forms of gender violence every year.
We increase awareness by providing outreach, education and training to more than 40,000 concerned community members annually.
We advocate for policies and legislation that protect survivors and put an end to gender violence.