Advocacy Resources




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Domestic and Sexual Assault Against Women
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HopeLine
is a program that connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources, funds organizations nationwide and protects the environment. To date, they have collected over 10 million phones nationwide, while donating over $20 million dollars to domestic violence organizations.
Silence Hides Violence! Click on the following link and check the incredible commercial that was produced by the Zonta Club of Fenton raising awareness about Domestic Violence and Teen Dating Violence. Zonta Club of Fenton You Tube Commercial
                Empowering Women
       Through Service and Advocacy


ZI Human Trafficking Position Paper
ZI Prostitution Position Paper
ZI Migration Position Paper
The District UN Guide for Clubs - United Nations Committee Guide. It was compiled to help clubs observe Zonta/UN Advocacy days and develop UN programs.

16 Days of Activism

The 16 Days of Activism Tool Kit - Scroll down and click on the tool kit. You will find valuable information in the tool kit and be sure to read the opening letter which gives helpful advice on how to customize your program.

A Mighty Girl, the world's largest girl empowerment marketplace for raising smart, confident, and courageous girls. Learn more!


Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women 
 
From 25 November - 10 December, join with thousands of Zontians around the world to take action to end violence against women. Together, we will take our Zonta Says NO to Violence against Women campaign from awareness to advocacy and make lasting changes within our communities, governments and the world. 

While we take action and say "NO" to violence, we say "YES" to human rights and empowering women worldwide through our service and advocacy.
  • Take advantage of the new advocacy tools and public relation tools to support your advocacy activities in your community.
  • Share your actions by clicking: ADD AN ACTION on the Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women website.
  • "Like" and follow our Zonta Says NO Facebook page for updates and information, and remember to share the messages across your social media platforms.