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  • Thanks to Break the Cycle, teenagers learn to stop dating violence before it starts.

  • Some U.S. colleges stand out in combating gender violence.

  • RAINN’s 24-hour hotline offers support for survivors of sexual assault.

  • Michelle Bekkering is the resident country director for Indonesia at the International Republican Institute—a nonpartisan, nongovernmental organization dedicated to advancing democracy worldwide.

  • With sensitive reporting, journalists can spark real social change.

  • Millennials favor jobs and products they figure might make the world a better place. 

  • “The more voices you have that represent a variety of backgrounds, the better the decisions you’re going to come out with.”

  • One in Three Women reignites community activism, raises awareness of violence.

  • Neil Buddy Shah and IDinsight streamline social change with clients around the world.

  • Denice Labertew is the director of Advocacy Services for the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault and works with community-based programs to help eliminate gender based violence.

  • Facebook and Twitter have become launching pads for anti-violence campaigns and centers of conversation on how to make the world a safer place for women.

  • The Motherhood galvanizes mom bloggers for international change.

  • Through Venture for America, college graduates bring entrepreneurial energy to cities in need. 

  • More than 40 years ago, America passed Title IX—a landmark act to end discrimination in federally funded education programs leading to a dramatic increase in sports opportunities for women and girls.

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