As a young person, there are many things you can do to fight GBV. These include:
Use your voice to raise awareness: Speak out against gender inequality and talk to your friends about ending GBV
Support survivors: If someone tells you they have experienced GBV, don’t judge them and offer them the support they need. Remember that GBV can happen to anyone.
Learn to recognise the signs: the more you know, the better equipped you are to recognize the issue and to respond to it. Read more here.
Know how to report: If you or someone you know experiences GBV, call Childline at 116 (toll-free), the Musasa GBV hotline at 08080074, or your local ZRP Victim Friendly Unit.