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Category: Campaigns & Advocacy

Campaigns & AdvocacyEnding Violence Against Girls and WomenResourcesأخبارنا

“Ramadan Sexual Harassment” Campaign

Tadwein for Gender Studies launched “Ramadan Sexual Harassment” campaign in an attempt to shed light on the violations and harassment against women and girls in the streets during the holy month of Ramadan. During the month of Ramadan, women and girls are subjected to verbal harassment. Perpetrators use phrases of a religious nature in order to stigmatize women and abuse them just because they are in public.

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“Necessity, not a Luxury” Campaign

In celebration of International Women’s Day, Tadwein for Gender Studies launched “Necessity, not a Luxury” campaign to the shed light on the issue of period poverty and raise awareness about the risks associated with not using sanitary pads due to their high cost.

Campaigns & AdvocacyEnding Violence Against Girls and WomenHarmful Traditional PracticesWhat`s newأخبارنا

“Speak Out Your Pain” Campaign

In conjunction with the “International Day of the Girl Child”, Tadwein for Gender Studies has launched a campaign titled “Speak Out Your Pain”. The campaign aimed at encouraging women and girls that have been exposed to crime and in-humane practices to share their stories and their struggles to ultimately raise awareness on the dangers of these crimes as a prelude to end it.

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“Don’t Touch Me” Campaign

With the frequent incidents of child sexual abuse lately in Egypt, Tadwein for Gender Studies launched the campaign titled “Don’t Touch Me”. The main aim of the campaign was to raise awareness on the issue of sexual child abuse and how to deal with children subjected to this crime.

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“Harvest Season” Campaign

Tadwein for Gender Studies has launched the “Harvest Season” campaign during the school vacation in four governorates namely Qalubiyah, Behira, Fayoum, and Giza. The main aim of the campaign was to decrease the chances of young girls being circumcised during school vacations. This campaign targeted all community members of different age groups with a special focus on women, men, youth, teachers, parents, and school children.

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World Day against Trafficking in Persons

The United Nations General Assembly has designated July 30 as the World Day against Trafficking in Persons. This year Tadwein for Gender Studies launched an awareness raising campaign celebrating the World Day against Trafficking in Persons through all its social media outlets and website. The campaign contained various illustrations and posts reflecting the main concept, types of human trafficking and the national law related to it.

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“She is Intact” Campaign

On the 14th of June, Tadwein for Gender Studies launched a campaign “She is Intact” celebrating the National Day against Female Genital Mutilation in Egypt. The campaign aimed to raise community awareness and shed light on the fact that all girls are born intact, untouched and healthy in body and mind.

Campaigns & AdvocacyEnding Violence Against Girls and WomenHarmful Traditional PracticesWhat`s new

“Her Body is not Yours” Campaign

The 16 Days of Activism Against GBV is an international campaign to combat GBV worldwide. In celebration of this international campaign, Tadwein for Gender Studies launched a campaign #her body is not yours to raise community awareness towards the issue of FGM in Egypt.  In cooperation with (Speak Up), we decided, during the 16 days of activism, to start a campaign #Her_body_not_yours to raise awareness of the crime of female genital mutilation; Because it is one of the worst types of violence that is practised against girls and women, during which part – small or large – of a girl’s body is cut unjustly and without respect for her humanity and freedom, and the worst is that it is done based on the desire of the people who are supposed to protect her – her family -.
Unfortunately, despite the existence of laws criminalizing this practice, Egypt is still one of the highest countries in the world in the rates of female circumcision.
Change and spreading awareness is the responsibility of every individual in society.
Share with us so that we can make real change and save girls before they are exposed to this crime, and help everyone who has already been exposed to them to overcome it.
Female genital mutilation is an old African custom and crime, and it is not imposed in any way. It still exists in 2021!

Campaigns & AdvocacyEnding Violence Against Girls and WomenWhat`s new

“My Pain is Real” Campaign

As many women in Egypt and all over the world are subjected to medical discrimination, Tadwein for Gender Studies launched a campaign #my pain is real to highlight the suffering of women in accessing health care services that are acceptable and appropriate for their diagnosis and medical condition. Discrimination against women in the medical field is due to the stereotyping of women by health service providers that they pretend to be ill, or are unable to bear the extra effort. As a result, healthcare providers sometimes misdiagnose a medical condition or a disease. 
Any distinction, exclusion or restriction made on the basis of sex that its effects or purposes

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“Endless Pain” Campaign

Endless Pain is a campaign launched by Tadwein for Gender Studies in conjunction with the National Day Against Female Genital Mutilation. In this campaign, stories of women who have undergone female genital mutilation were published.
Female genital mutilation, as defined by the United Nations, is “all procedures that involve the partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injuries to the female genital organs for cultural or other non-medical reasons.” It is a crime against girls and women.