White Ribbon Campaign
Men and boys: It’s time to stand against violence.
This year, We Can! is joining hands with the White Ribbon Campaign, calling on men and boys to oppose violence against women by wearing a white ribbon for a week.
Each white ribbon represents our hope for a better world. A world where healthy relationships and gender equality are the norm, a world where what makes a man is not aggression and violence, but respect and care for the safety of women and girls.
Share our White Ribbon Campaign Video on your social networks
Get involved for a violence-free world today
Change your profile picture to our official white ribbon badge to show your support from 25 November to 1 December
Download it here! (right-click and click “save target as”)
Join us for our Ride Against Violence
Organised in partnership with Harley-Davidson and Chrysler Jeep with volunteers from Beyond Social Services, come hang out with our bikers and Jeepers and get your very own White Ribbon here:
12.00pm to 12.30pm: In front of OUE Mandarin Gallery, Orchard
1.00pm to 1.30pm: East Coast Park, Parkland Green Carpark
If you can’t find us, give us a call at 94891231 and we’ll find you!
Catch Neil Humphreys at this year’s We Can! Arts Fest
We’re super excited to feature guest speaker, Neil Humphreys, at RALLY this year! Neil is a best-selling author in Singapore and an anti-violence ambassador – he hopes to call on other men and boys to take a stand against violence.
Catch Neil’s speech at 5.30pm on 6 December 2015 at the Glass Hall, Singapore Arts Museum!
More about the White Ribbon Campaign
White Ribbon first began in Canada in 1991 and has since become a global movement of men and boys across 60 countries taking pledging to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls.
Other ways to get involved:
- Host a White Ribbon talk at your organisation, community or school. Contact email@example.com for a speaking engagement.
- Attend a Change Maker workshop and learn about violence against women and how we can all play a part in its prevention.