One in three women in the world have been the victim of violence

This short video published by UN Women (@UN_Women) provides a chilling snapshot of the extent of violence against women across the world, whether at home, on the streets or during war. Please share as widely as you can.

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 1 in 2 women murder victims were killed by their partner or family

This short video published by UN Women (@UN_Women) provides a chilling snapshot of the extent of violence against women across the world, whether at home, on the streets or during war.

Please share as widely as you can.

 

 

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