CLEEN Foundation Advocates Against Gender Violence By Christel Odili

The rise in gender base violence obviously cuts across male and Female, it has been a burning issue in our society, this relates to all Forms of violation including gross violation of under aged children, Inhuman assaults, slavery.

All these are some of the known violence Unleased on victims, in viewing the side effect caused by the Growing trend, CLEEN Foundation ceased the opportunity of Global action against violence held by international Day for the elimination of violence against woman and girls.

Speaking at a press conference held at the hilton park hotels, Abuja, the Manager CLEEN Foundation, Ruth Olofuyin emphasized that gender sensitivity must be strictly analyzed and relevant deterrent used to cub the growing menace, the ugly trend " GENDER VOILENCE" which mostly surfaces through enslavement of humans, children violation all over the world, the program manager CLEEN foundation called on all responsive persons and government authorities to employ combative measures against gender violence.

It is vital to note that these evolving gender base violence are not unconnected to the prevalent socio – political economic realities in our country today.

The campaign against gender base violence is a progressive one, and from the trends, it is obvious that gender base violence has grown over the years and as such, we must restructure and heighten our strategy against it, workers must be developed in order to efficiently address the evolving trends in gender base violence, advocacy against gender base violence is a must for all assundry.

Recall, CLEEN Foundation is nongovernmental organization established in January 1998 with the mission of promoting public safety, security and accessible justice through the strategies of empirical research, legislative advocacy, demonstration programmes and publications, in partnership with government, civil society and the private sector.

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