This month, GenderHopes is proud to feature Paula Radcliffe, women’s world record holder in marathon running. In this interview, Paula shares her experience as one of Britain’s most successful athletes, discusses the media’s coverage of female vs. male athletes and shares her thoughts on raising a boy and a girl. Read our full interview with Paula Radcliffe here.
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Currently, GenderHopes is working on a domestic violence project in Monaco. It conducts research and interviews with...
GenderHopes works towards ending gender-based violence in selected countries: Rwanda, Burundi, Uganda and Afghanistan.
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Domestic violence: It always begins with a love story
GenderHopes is a proud partner of the Monegasque Government initiative to end violence against women. On 25 November, teh Government held a conference on domestic violence and violence against women with Pr. Alessandra Kustermann. On 25 November, the Prince’s Palace and the Conseil National joined the Orange movement and lit up their facades in Orange to show support for victims of gender-based violence. A nation-wide campaign also took place on the theme “It always begins with a love story”. To view the campaign, please click here. affiches-finales-gb affiches-finales-fr