#MeToo - When Private Violence Becomes Public

What #MeToo has shown clearly is that everyone has a part to play in changing our society for the better. We must speak out against harassment and violence in our homes, workplaces, in our institutions, social settings and through our media, writes UN Women's Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka ahead of the 16 Days of No Violence Against Women Campaign.

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Young school girls organize themselves before the March to End Gender-Based Violence in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. One sign reads: "Refrain from using abusive language for Women and Children".

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