Pamela Shifman, the Director of Initiatives for Women and Girls at the NoVo Foundation, answers the question, "What will it take to end violence against women and girls?"
Jackie Payne, director of Move to End Violence, shares her thoughts after the first convening and invites input and ideas from all who want to see an end to violence against girls and women.
Celinda Lake, president of Lake Research Partners and a member of Move to End Violence faculty, shared insights on research and framing around violence against girls and women. This research, done in partnership with Move to End Violence, a program of the NoVo Foundation, was conducted during the summer of 2012 and shared In December 2012 at Building Movement 2012. A summary of key findings is also available here.
On December 4-5, 2012, more than 120 individuals working to end violence against girls and women and other social justice advocates joined Move to End Violence in Tarrytown, New York for the first-ever movement convening, Building Movement 2012. This gallery includes a glimpse of the event.
In June 2012, Monique Hoeflinger, Campaign Manager, Equality Maine, joined Move to End Violence in a Fireside Chat to talk about running campaigns in service of a broader movement. This video captures the entire Fireside Chat.