Who: Hina Jilani and Asma JahangirWhat: As lawyers, they pursue questions relating to women’s human rights.
Who: Sara Brammer What: Psychologist who treats violent men.
Who: Itamar SilvaWhat:Runs a project to raise equality awareness in the Grupo Eco youth group in the Santa Marta favela.
Who: Mesa de Mujeres (Women’s Table)What: Network of researchers and activists who investigate feminicides.
Who: CAMPS (Centre D’Assistance Medico–Psychosociale) What: Gives psychosocial support to families who have been subjected to violence in South Kivu.
Who: Family Justice CentreWhat: Has gathered all forms of support for victims of violence in close relationships under one roof: a One Stop Shop.
Who: Kgosi MabeWhat: Uses his position as tribal king to work against violence against women.
Who: Aurat Foundation What: Create the only statistics on violence against women by reading every word of the country’s newspapers.
Who: Susan Omilian What: Works with abused women who want to thrive.
Who: Rádio Mulher um Ambiente Comunitário What: Broadcast local radio for women in the favela, about women’s problems.
Who: Teddy Bear Clinic What: Offer support to children and young people who have been abused.