$55 can fund one B.R.A.V.E. seminar which supports community dialogue on ending violence against women.
How this helps:
B.R.A.V.E.: BOYS IN RUGBY AGAINST VIOLENCE EVERYWHERE
B.R.A.V.E. is supported by UN Women Pacific Fund to End Violence Against Women. Operating in Fiji, B.R.A.V.E. works to affect change in the attitudes towards women. The aim of B.R.A.V.E. is to ensure that all women are treated with respect and live free from the threat of violence.
B.R.A.V.E. provides gender sensitized training; role models in rugby are trained as advocates for ending violence; and peer and mentor support networks are provided in schools.
As high-profile members of the community, Rugby Union players have the ability to demonstrate to younger players and supporters the value of respectful relationships with women and the importance of non-violence.
The UN Women Pacific Fund to End Violence Against Women was first established in March 2009 and provides financial assistance to small organisations working to end violence against women in the Pacific Region.
EVERY DOLLAR YOU DONATE WILL SAVE LIVES AND HELP TO BUILD STRONG, RESILIENT COMMUNITIES.
Please note that the prices indicated are examples of how donations can be allocated towards program costs. The items highlighted are components of current Australian National Committee for UN Women partnerships; your gift will support the Australian National Committee for UN Women's work to empower women and girls around the globe.