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23/08/2018

Li Ying, Beijing Yuanzhong Gender Development Center, Beijing, China

Enabling 1,000 women a year across China to access on and offline training to be free of domestic violence In 2012, domestic violence occurred in one third of the 320 million Chinese families polled ... Read more
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30/07/2018

July 30th 2018: Taking action together for the victims of human trafficking

July 30 th is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons , an opportunity for us to highlight the lives of millions of exploited women, men and children throughout the world. The International Labor ... Read more
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25/05/2018

Women Bylines: bringing more women’s voices to journalism

In the summer of 2017, the Kering Foundation co-hosted Chime For Change’s second Women Bylines , a five-day intensive journalism workshop that brought together 14 female storytellers from around the ... Read more
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13/03/2018

Get involve and participate to the national consultation to combat violence against women in the UK and in Italy.

For International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2018, the Kering Foundation and Make.org launched a wide consultation to combat violence against women in the UK and Italy. Following-up on the French ... Read more
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08/03/2018

Tune in for the 3rd season of "ELLES ont toutes une histoire"

To celebrate International Women's Day, the Kering Foundation presents the third season of "ELLES ont toutes une histoire", a series of 1 minute 30 second documentaries highlighting the “feminine ... Read more
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06/03/2018

Take action to celebrate International Women’s Day!

2017 was a turning point in the fight against violence against women, and the subject of sexual harassment, sexual abuse and other forms of violence finally made their way to center stage, thanks to ... Read more
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06/02/2018

The International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation: in the field and through images, the fight continues

The distressing and harmful practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), defined by the UN as “all procedures that involve altering or injuring the female genitalia for non-medical reasons” continues ... Read more
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22/12/2017

The Silence Breakers: the voices that launched a movement

Cover of Time magazine published on December 6th, BILLY & HELLS/AFP On December 6 th , the American magazine Time paid tribute to all the courageous and empowered women who have dared to break ... Read more
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19/12/2017

"Saving lives at sea": a striking report by Human Rights Watch

Photo Credit: SOS MEDITERRANEE rescuers help a Somali woman off their rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB) so she can board the Aquarius. October 11, 2017 ANTHONY JEAN/SOS MEDITERRANEE It has been ... Read more
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27/11/2017

Going further than speaking up

Sometimes it only takes one courageous deed, one act to change the world. Following the first revelation about the sexual assaults in Hollywood, more and more voices spoke up everywhere uncovering ... Read more
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21/09/2017

“We must remain vigilant wherever women’s rights seemed established, and be even more active wherever they still need to be conquered”

– François-Henri Pinault, Chairman of the Kering Foundation. The Kering Foundation releases its new Activity Report and honors women who fight to escape from violence, the organizations that support ... Read more
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18/09/2017

In France, one woman dies every three days due to domestic violence

In 2016, one hundred and twenty-three women were killed by their partners in France according to a report published by France’s Home Office (the equivalent of the FBI and Homeland Security ... Read more
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