The resource centre includes a variety of downloadable documents and graphics that support Gender Links’ campaigns. The files include:

You can download the documents, save them and print them out. Scroll down the page. To download any document view the list of articles below and click on the article to open it. You will see a list of documents as attachments to the article. attached. Click on the document and SAVE AS to save the file.

View the video Connecting Dots below.

Peace begins at home buttons

Peace begins at home buttons

Download Peace at Home buttons for the 16 Days of Activism campaign. The buttons are available in English, French and Portuguese and in many different country local languages.

Banners and SADC Logos 16 Days of Activism

Banners and SADC Logos 16 Days of Activism

Download the banners below. Banners are available for a number of countries. Also download the SADC logo in French and Portuguese.

T-shirts – designs for download

Download the T-shirt packs below – all are in zip format. The packs contain the high resolution images for the T-shirt and the overall design.

Posters 16 Days of Activism

Posters 16 Days of Activism

You can download the Peace begins at home posters below in high res and low res formats. Posters are available in English, French and Portuguese.

16 Days of Activism 2013 posters

16 Days of Activism 2013 posters

16 Days of Activism 2013 posters

16 Days of Activism 2012 Banners

Download the country banners for the 16 Days of Activism below.  

Fact Sheets 2011

Sixteen Days of Activism against Gender Violence is an international campaign that runs from the 25th November to the 10th December. The campaign began in 1991 to raise awareness about gender based violence as a human rights issue.

Fact Sheets 2010

GL will extend the Soccer 2010 theme, and the SADC Gender Protocol targets, to the Sixteen Days of Activism with the theme: Score a goal for gender equality: Halve gender based violence by 2015′ which is also the main target around gender violence in the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development.

Posters, logos and graphics – 16 Days 2010

Posters, logos and graphics – 16 Days 2010

You can download posters, graphics and logos for the 16 Days of Activism. Click on the the documents below to view or download.

Fact Sheets – 16 Days of Activism 2009

Fact Sheets –  16 Days of Activism 2009

This year’s themes for the 16 Days of Activism highlight that GBV knows no boundaries of age, race, class, religion, ethnicity and background; it effects people from all walks of life and can take physical, sexual, mental and economic forms. Everyone has a responsibility to end gender-based violence together as women, girls, men, boys, and individuals of all generations, religions, occupations, sexual orientations, abilities, political persuasions, and socio-economic backgrounds.

Fact Sheets for the 16 Days of Activism campaign 2008

Fact sheets covering various themes such as media, human trafficking, making IT work for gender justice, taxi violence, xenophobia and elections.

Fact sheets for the 16 Days of Peace campaign 2007

Fact Sheets covering gender violence, draft SADC Gender and development protocol, Take back the night, local government, IT, Trafficking