25 years of the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women
This year, as the UN Trust Fund marks 25 years, you are cordially invited on 25th October to join in commemorating this 25-year long journey of grant-giving. Learn more
Ending violence against women and girls starts with every single one of us. You can make a stand in making a world free from violence a reality for women and girls. Join the #Give25forUNTF25 challenge today! Learn more
Bosnia and Herzegovina Increasing access to justice for survivors of intimate partner violence
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Center of Women’s Rights works on improving protection mechanisms and access to justice for women survivors of violence. Learn more
Launch of the UN Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2021-2025
The UN Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2021-2025 is grounded in the right of all women and girls to live free of violence focusing on women's rights and civil society organizations. Learn more
One year on: Second virtual stakeholder meeting on the impact of COVID-19 on violence against women
The event focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the work to prevent and end violence against women and girls. Learn more
The International Solidarity Foundation (ISF) runs a project to empower villages to abandon all forms of female genital mutilation/cutting and empower at-risk women. More
The organization Corporación Con-Vivamos is working in Medellín with diverse groups of women and girls to transform social attitudes that normalize gender inequality and violence against women. More
UN Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2021-2025
UN Trust Fund Annual Report 2020
The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women is the only global grant-giving mechanism exclusively dedicated to preventing and ending violence against women and girls globally.
Watch and see examples of results and successes over the past 25 years.
Join us on Monday 25 October to commemorate 25 years of grant-giving, support to civil society and women's rights organisations and commitment to ending violence against women and girls. Read more.