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Send a strong video message against sexual violence.

Share your message with people all over the World!

According to WHO, Sexual violence is a serious public health and human rights problem with both short- and long-term consequences on women's physical, mental, and sexual and reproductive health. It is a deeply violating and painful experience for the survivor. 

The Challenge 

Create your own original powerful video message against sexual violence and post it on your personal social media account. Then challenge three of your friends, by tagging them on your post, to do the same and send their own message. Use your imagination and creativity to prepare your message which will strongly touch people’s heart around the world.

How to publish your message 

1. Create your message: Your message, in English or your native language, should be in the form of short video or even gif. Be innovative, creative and original!
2. Post your message on your social media account (either on Facebook, Instagram and or Twitter) 
3. LIKE and TAG the page of the campaign
- Facebook @ReactActPreventSV
- Instagram @ReactActPreventSV
- Twitter @ReactActPrevent
4. At the same time copy and paste this text, including at end of the post the hashtags#ReactActPrevent #StopSexualViolence#TapeItChallenge


The challenge will run from the end of December 2018 across Europe and you can participate as many times as you wish.

Goal and Aims of the Campaign 

The #TapeItChallenge aims to raise awareness of how to React, Act and Prevent Sexual Violence. More specifically 
• to challenge young people around Europe to send strong messages against sexual violence, using creative and innovative
• to initiate a strong and ongoing online awareness-raising and prevention wave against sexual violence, attracting the interest of people all around Europe
• to encourage, invite and challenge youth NGOs, from Europe and the rest of the world, to contribute towards initiating a strong European prevention movement against sexual violence
• to foster co-operation, involvement and support by other community stakeholders, including public authorities and educational institutes.

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