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Five days left to donate a tweet ahead of #CSW57


Next week, on 4 March, the 57th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (#CSW57) opens at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. It will convene governments, activists, media and private sector partners from around the world to discuss how to prevent violence against women and girls and improve services for survivors everywhere. The Say NO – UNiTE Team are excited about the momentum and opportunity that CSW57 brings! Are you?

Make some noise leading up to CSW57! Join this Thunderclap to tweet in ONE voice and demand an end to violence against women and girls.

Many of you have been asking us what Thunderclap is. It's a new crowdspeaking platform that will store tweets and release them all together on 4 March. The more tweets gathered, the louder the message.

Less than five days are left to donate a tweet and share it on your Facebook!

Stay tuned to for news and updates from CSW57 and new actions from around the world.

If you are organizing a campaign or event to end violence against women and girls, don't forget to post it on or write to the Say NO - UNiTE Team!

Ending violence against women and girls starts with us.

Say NO – UNiTE Team, UN Women

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