Learn how to challenge attitudes that lead to violence against women and develop your knowledge of this human rights issue.
The United Nations considers violence against women to be a grave violation of human rights of epidemic proportions.
Such violence has profoundly negative consequences for individuals, communities and entire societies. This is why violence against women is a priority issue for governments and societies around the world.
On this course you will learn about the roots of violence against women, the principles of gender inequality at its centre and most importantly, how to challenge entrenched attitudes that impact women the world over.
Join the movement to end violence against women today.
|University of Strathclyde|
|1-2 hours (per week)|