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End Gender-Based Violence: Together We Can by AIESEC

November 25, 2021 04:15
December 10, 2021 04:15
End Gender-Based Violence: Together We Can by AIESEC

On the occasion of 16 days of activism, AIESEC in Patan organizes "END GBV: Together We Can" as an initiative to engage 500+ youths with cooperation from 4+ different countries and as many educators as possible. The event aims to promote SDG 5 (Gender Equality), awareness and actions for the prevention and elimination of gender-based violence among school students, teachers, emerging social activists, and youth, and to also advocate for a violence-free school environment. 

AIESEC is the world's largest youth-led organization, present in more than 110 countries and territories, with the vision of achieving "Peace and Fulfillment of Humankind's Potential." We aim to engage each youth in this world through cross-cultural exchanges in the countries where we are present. Our exchanges and engagement activities highlight the youth's role and engagement in global action. We do this by aligning our exchange projects and events with Sustainable Development Goals. 

Throughout the event "END GBV: Together We Can", a marketing campaign for this project would run for a strategic 16 days of activism through digital campaign awareness, training for teachers, an empowerment forum, and a poetry competition. With the theme of 16 days of international activism against gender-based violence this year, "Orange the World: End violence against women now!" AIESEC in Patan, in collaboration with the Good Shepherd International Foundation, presents "End

Gender-Based Violence: Together We Can," co-sponsored by Higher Ground Nepal and Care Nepal, with the goal of raising public awareness about gender violence issues. 

16 days of activism starting from November 25th until December 10th. This activism campaign challenges the violence that exists all around the world. 

Important dates for this event are coming soon, so come let’s celebrate the arrival of a violence-free environment together. Join us for our upcoming events. 

Link to the event: Event 

Poetry competition

The main aim of the poetry competition is to make students aware of gender-related issues and make them understand the importance of gender equality. 


1) The poem must be written in Nepali. 

2) Participants must be between the ages of 13 and 19. 

3) The poem must be about gender equality or empowerment. 


The prize money is Rs 4000, Rs 3000, and Rs 2000 for the winner, first runner-up, and second runner-up, respectively. 

Kachuwa ka's gifts and Thuprai's e-books 

Also, an opportunity to have a poem recognized as a video portfolio on Youtube. Registration for the poetry competition is open: Poetry Competition Registration

Social Empowerment Forum

The Empowerment Forum is a one-day forum to empower young emerging social activists and leaders to prevent and eliminate gender-based violence in their community and promote gender equality in different communities and countries. 

Registration is available at: Empowerment Registration

The Main Event Day

The main event day is the closing event of the End GBV project, on the occasion of International Human Rights Day and to mark the end of the 16 Days of Activism. At the event, discussions will be taking place on issues related to gender equality and the role of civil society in preventing and eliminating any form of inequality. 

Registration is available at: Main Event Registration