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We are Safe Speaks, a global movement focused on gender based violence and gender equality.

We do this through awareness, advocacy, empowerment, and healing. Our goal is to see a safe world for all to thrive filled with love and respect.

We believe everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect no matter where you go or what you do. And if someone doesn’t show you that then it’s time to speak up! Join us in our mission. Let us work together towards an equitable society that allows all of us to thrive in safety.

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Latest Posts

Domestic Violence the Morning After: No Matter How Strong I am, the Trauma Will Always Be a Part of Me

“Some of my delay in sharing stemmed from my culture. As an Indian American woman, I grew up understanding that a portion of my existence was based on “fitting in.” Speaking up and sharing my story or the significant amount of domestic violence in our community was not and still is not considered socially acceptable. It’s not openly discussed.”

Moving On From Domestic Abuse

Moving On From Domestic Abuse – Escaping and Finding a New Home

Too many people in abusive relationships wait until the perfect time arises for moving out. One reason might be because the whole idea of escaping domestic abuse unharmed can seem intimidating. But it’s essential to recognize that the ideal time may never come and that it’s best to act quickly. 

7 Ways to Give Yourself a Voice After Violence

7 Ways to Give Survivors a Voice After Violence

After the aftermath of violence, one can feel so isolated and alone. Many survivors struggle to find their voice or fight back against those who try and silence them through violence. But there are some ways you can give them that voice! Join us as we explore 7 practical actions which will help survivors in finding their voices again.


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