Kyrgyz Republic: 16 Day Campaign to End Gender-Based Violence (2013) - Final Report

Date: December 2013
Document Type: Consultant's Reports
Project Number: 44067-012

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The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign originating in 1991 from the first Women's Global Leadership Institute coordinated by the Center for Women's Global Leadership. In Kyrgyzstan, the 16 Days campaign has been organized with support of the UN Gender Theme Group, led by UN Women. After an open call for input, feedback was received from the network of UNiTE to end violence against women and girls. UN Women, together with the Gender Theme Group mobilized more than 38 organizations and individuals to the Campaign.

This report is produced by consultants for RETA 7563: Promoting Gender-Inclusive Growth in Central and West Asia Developing Member Countries.