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Eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls in the public and private spheres, including trafficking and sexual and other types of exploitation.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Women's Shelters and Crisis Centers: Provide immediate support, shelter, and resources for women and girls experiencing violence or exploitation.

  2. Rape Crisis Centers: Provide support, counseling, and resources for survivors of sexual assault, these organizations work to end sexual violence and support victims.

  3. Community-Based Counseling Services: Address the needs of women and girls who have experienced various forms of violence and exploitation.

  4. Legal Aid Organizations: Offer legal assistance to women and girls, helping them navigate the legal system and seek justice against perpetrators.

  5. Community Education and Awareness Programs: Conduct educational programs and awareness campaigns in communities to prevent violence and exploitation and challenge harmful norms.

  6. Youth Empowerment Groups: Empower young girls and women to resist and report exploitation, promoting education and leadership.

  7. Crisis Intervention Teams: Respond quickly to incidents of violence, providing immediate assistance and support to women and girls in crisis situations.

  8. Support Groups for Survivors: Provide a safe space for survivors to share their experiences, seek solidarity, and access resources for recovery.

  9. Community Policing Initiatives: Collaborative efforts between law enforcement and community organizations to address violence against women and girls at the local level.

  10. Cultural and Religious Organizations for Women: Leverage cultural and religious networks to challenge harmful practices and norms contributing to violence and exploitation.

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