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Equality Now

Inter-American Court Of Human Rights Verdict On Landmark Brisa De Angulo against the State of Bolivia Case Sexual Violence Against Adolescent Girls In Bolivia.

The New York Times

How to Help Girls Enduring the Unendurable. Nicholas Kristof opinion.

Australian E-Safety Commissioner

Online service providers are required to report on how they are implementing the Basic Online Safety Expectations set out by the Australian Government.

End Violence Against Children

Hope, opportunity and urgency: Tackling child violence in 2023 by Dr. Howard Taylor, Executive Director, EVAC

World Health Organization

"What Works to Prevent Online Violence against Children," new report from WHO on ways to keep children safe online and how to prevent child sexual abuse, including grooming and sexual image abuse.

The Social Matters Podcast

Activist and survivor Patrick Sandford shares his experience of sexual abuse, his healing journey and his work as an activist now.
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Press releases

Le Brave Movement appelle l'UE à adopter en urgence une législation solide

Le Brave Movement appelle l'UE à garantir un internet sûr où les enfants et les sont protégés de toutes formes de violences sexuelles.

Brave Movement Calls on the EU to Urgently Pass Robust Legislation 2023 on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response

Brave was invited to present at a meeting of stakeholders including MEPs, industry and child rights groups. Read our statement below.

Survivors of Childhood Sexual Violence Mobilize to Demand Action on 18 November

The 2nd Annual World Day for Prevention, Healing and Justice

Statement in response to G7 Interior Ministers' Communiqué

Brave Movement Welcomes New G7 Commitments and the Recognition of the Importance of Survivors’ Perspectives, in Creating a World Free from Childhood Sexual Violence.

Brave Movement announces new Executive Director

Brave Movement is pleased to welcome international communications and campaigns leader, Anna Macdonald, as its first Executive Director

Brave Movement request to Hon. Elizabeth Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

To continue the country’s commitments on child sexual abuse and turn them into bold concrete actions during the upcoming G7 Interior Ministers meeting.
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