How to Get Involved

How to Get Involved

There are several ways for interested individuals and organizations to engage with Move to End Violence, including:

Apply to be a Movement Maker

Over the course of 10 years, Move to End Violence will select five cohorts of Movement Makers. While each cohort cycle is approximately two years, Movement Makers continue to engage in networked movement leadership with one another on an ongoing basis. The fourth cohort was selected in November 2017. If you are interested in knowing when the next application opens, we encourage you to sign-up for our e-news.

Engage and Share: On the Move, Move to End Violence’s Blog

Our blog, On the Move, was created as a space where activists, advocates, and allies committed to ending violence against girls and women in the United States can share lessons learned, visions for the future, success stories, and strategies for how we will achieve a world in which every last girl and woman is valued. Follow along and share your thoughts via comments and question. Or, consider authoring a blog yourself by contacting us for more information.  Include your name, a very brief bio (4-6 sentences), and a short summary of your idea. Someone from Move to End Violence will be in touch within two weeks.

Subscribe to eNews

Our regular e-newsletter is the best way to stay abreast of happenings at Move to End Violence. You’ll learn about new blog posts, regional trainings, webinars, new resource, and more. Subscribe now through our Contact Us form.

Join Us On Social Media

We are on Twitter and Facebook. Like/follow us so you can follow along and engage in the dialogue there.

Learn More About the Work of the Movement Makers

Read about the Movement Maker’s vision for ending violence against all girls and women, the changes we need to make to shift this movement, and our commitment to racial equity as part of gender justice.

Engage in the Work of Movement Makers

Host a community conversation. Create your own #BlackLivesMatter video or message to show your commitment to racial equity as part of gender justice.

Learn More About Move to End Violence Core Practices

A key part of Move to End Violence is transforming how we show up and work both as individuals and organizations. As part of this, we teach, embrace, and practice what we call Move to End Violence Fundamental Practices. These include practices like Beloved Community, Using an Intersectional ApproachForward Stance, Self-Care for Sustainability and Impact, and Strategic Thinking.

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