U.N. Women and TikTok have teamed up to create an in-app hub for those who are interested in learning more about gender based violence

TikTok is in the process of creating a hub in its app, which provides information on how you can take action for change within your community as well what resources there may be available locally or internationally that will help in creating a more safety net programs around gender-based violence issues.

The new interactive feature also features videos created specifically tailored towards younger users who may not know where else to go with respect regarding sensitive topics like sexuality, divorce/relationship breakdowns etc.

It’s likely many young people will find comfort watching other youngsters discuss personal experiences. The U.N., with the aid of social media platform TikTok and VAWG non-profits throughout the world, has launched an initiative designed to empower people within this community about consent issues as well as safety concerns on a global scale.

The new campaign is set out with one goal: empower young people through education about Relationships & Consent; while also empowering them regarding their own worthiness of love - and allowing room enough within society's current understanding.

TikTok has started its 16 Days of Activism, which is a a global campaign. It aims not only towards achieving equal rights goal but also uniting communities all over the world who want peace without sexual assault or harassment from men!

The sad reality is that one in three women will experience physical and/or sexual violence from an intimate partner. This means there are nearly seven hundred million people across the world that have been victims, or witness to abuse on behalf of their loved ones.

The talk around town about such violence against females comes alongside staggering data which illustrate its extent within society as globally over thirty-eight percent (38%) of all female homicides victimization were perpetrated by someone known; one third male perpetration was co occurring at similar rate.

Around the world, women who live in low and lower-middle income regions are more likely to face intimate partner violence than those living somewhere else.

This is due largely because these areas have less access to resources like education which can help them cope with abuse or other hardships that lead them into bad situations economically struggling as well without any support networks available if things get too much for her.

Across all countries combined there were fewer female non citizens possessing citizenship rights last year but this stat becomes relevant when we look closer: while nearly half does not own property independently.

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