2021summit
PARTNERS

100 Million

AAU

CSA

UNESCO

ESU

THE MASTER PLAN

OBESSU

ACCORD

GLOBAL PEACE

GLOBAL STUDENT FORUM

ESSA

REFERENCE CITIZEN

OXFAM

SOS INTERNATIONAL

SISDG

NEON

ASAF

NALA

Union des Etudiants UNET

UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI

UNSA (Kenya)

UNSA (UGANDA)

USAG-Ghana

USN (NIGER)

AEEM

AEFST CONGO

AEUSTM

ALEXANDRIA UNIVERSITY

ANECA

AEUAN

BONSU

BURUNDI

CNDE-CI

COSYM

ETHIOPIA

FES/BF

FLSH

FNAAU-STP

FNEDU

GRASAG

GULS

GUPS

LINSU

G.R.I

NANS

NANSO

U.NEM

NUGS(GAMBIA)

NUGS(GHANA)

NUUS

PNAAEMS-GB

REC

RNSA(RWANDA)

SAUS(SOUTH AFRICA)

SEYCHELLES

SNUS (SWAZILAND)

SOS-EDUCATION-PROMOTE

SSYU (SOUTH SUDAN)

SSYU (SOUTH SUDAN)

TAHLISO-TANZANIA

UGLC-SC-Guinea

ULSA (LESOTHO)

UNE-MOZAMBIQUE

UNEB-BENIN

UNEG (GABON)

UNETO (TOGO)

Union-des-Etudiants-UNET

UNIVERSITY OF MALAWI

UNSA (Kenya)

UNSA (UGANDA)

USAG-Ghana

USN (NIGER)

ZANASU (Zambia)

ZICOSU-Zimbabwe

ZINASU

NALA

USAG-Ghana

USN (NIGER)

1. Don’t laugh at sexist jokes.
2. Give a disapproving look to show a behavior or statement is not okay.
3. Leave a pointed and uncomfortable silence.

Calling out sexism, harassment, abuse, and gender inequity when we witness it is the first step towards ending violence against women. We can all begin to make a difference by addressing the attitudes and behaviors that lead to gendered violence by calling it out.
#CallItOut

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