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Global Civil Society

Civil society is at the forefront of driving anti-OGBV initiatives, including influencing policy/ legislation, training in prevention, supporting survivors, shaping the public narrative, and conducting research.

Gaps and challenges

Civil society organizations are often who survivors turn to first when seeking support, and their services range from help with navigating tech platforms, launching media campaigns, to the provision of trauma support.

But despite all these demands, many civil society initiatives take a grassroots approach and provide vital support to survivors on minimal budgets and with limited resources, which can also negatively affect coordination across different services.

What is needed

By coordinating and connecting civil society organizations, resources can be shared, and campaigning and advocacy efforts can be strengthened.  

Inventory of civil society organizations

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