The Power of Survivors

Survivors have the most potential to address gender-based violence in their communities. They have lived through it, and know what must change to stop it.

Because of their experience, survivors are in the best position to enact change at a community level. They can build deep, trusting relationships to enable other survivors who share their identities to come forward, heal, and exercise their voice. When survivors can see each other, hear each other and work together, community action will follow.

Decision-makers must collaborate with the survivors most impacted when creating policy solutions.

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Maria Serrano

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