Sexual violence against children is happening now, in silence, in every nation around the world. It’s happening in family homes, sports teams, schools, places of worship and online. It knows no borders. Ending this pressing human rights issue is essential for all humanity and demands a coordinated international response. That’s why the Brave Movement is calling on the leaders of the G7 to take the lead on bold action to end childhood sexual violence when they meet for the G7 Summit at the end of June.
To ensure world leaders prioritize this issue ahead of the Summit, the Brave Movement is hosting a Global Day of Action on June 9. During this day, survivors and allies from across the world will make their voices heard and demand that G7 leaders prioritize prevention, healing and justice.
JOIN US! TAKE ACTION NOW
Here are three ways you can take part in the Global Day of Action to end childhood sexual violence:
1. SIGN THE PETITION
Join more than 65,000 people and sign the global Brave petition demanding G7 action on childhood sexual violence.
2. SHARE ON SOCIAL
Spread the word about the importance of ending violence against children on social media and encourage others to sign the petition.
3. ADVOCATE TO YOUR LEADERS
Speak to ambassadors and parliamentarians in your country using messaging in this toolkit and get them to support the calls for the G7 leaders to take action.