SAFE. EVERYWHERE. ALWAYS.

Join us during 16 Days of Activism
and walk to end violence against women
25 November - 10 December

Women and girls should be Safe. Everywhere. Always.

We know that 1 in 3 women will experience violence in their lifetime.

This 16 Days of Activism join us in solidarity for women and girls everywhere by walking 30, 60, or 100kms over 16 days from Nov 25 to Dec 10, to raise awareness and vital funds to support programs around the world that are on the front lines, working to put an end to the violence.

Walk with us because women and girls should be Safe. Everywhere. Always.

Registrations to join the challenge open in August.
Register your interest today and be the first to find out when registations open.

How It Works

Register

Choose your challenge and sign up for free to walk in solidarity during the 16 Days of Activism

Share

Shout it from the rooftops! Share your page with family and friends to kick off your fundraising journey

Walk

Walk, run or roll between 25 Nov and 10 Dec - don't forget to log your KMs!

What type of advocate will you be? Choose your challenge.

CHAMPION

30kms

LEGEND

60kms

WARRIOR
100kms
TRAILBLAZER

Set your own km goal

What is 16 Days of Activism?

Started by activists in 1991, The 16 Days of Activism is an opportunity for people around the globe to unite and take action to help put an end to gender-based violence.

Starting on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women and finishing on 10 December, The International Human Rights Day.

About UN Women Australia

A global champion for women and girls, UN Women is the United Nations entity responsible for promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment. UN Women was established in 2010 to accelerate progress to meet the needs of women and girls worldwide.

UN Women Australia is a registered charity which exists to raise funds for and awareness of UN Women’s work across the Pacific region and around the world. UN Women Australia is recognised by UN Women as its partner in Australia to advance UN Women’s agenda.

UN Women’s priority areas of work include:

  • Expanding women’s leadership and participation
  • Ending all forms of violence and discrimination against women and girls
  • Ending poverty through enhancing women’s economic empowerment
  • Responding to crises, building peace and resilience, with women’s needs and talents at the centre of disaster planning and response

Visit our website for more information.

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