\ STAND SPEAK RISE UP! ASSOCIATION

Wartime sexual violence needs to end! Stand Speak Rise Up! raise awareness of the status and future of children born as a result of rape, and help Survivors rebuild their lives.

Since 2019, Stand Speak Rise Up! has been funding holistic projects around the world so that all Survivors of sexual violence and children born of wartime sexual violence can live in peace and dignity.

VOIR PLUS…

” If we cannot end war,

let us at least end rape as a weapon. “

HRH, the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg

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” Working with Survivors means working to repair them and working for peace in the world. “

Bernadette Sayo, CAR

Wartime sexual violence in fragile environments since the 20th century

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” If there is a war to be waged, it is a war against the indifference that is eating away at our societies. “

Denis Mukwege, board member of Stand Speak Rise Up! et Nobel Peace Prize

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Grand Duchess Maria Teresa

HRH the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, President

Stéphane Bern

Secretary General – Journalist & TV/Radio host

Chékéba Hachemi

Treasurer – President and Founder, Afghanistan Libre

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By making a donation, you will enable Wesley to go to school in Uganda, Tatiana to receive agricultural training in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Laila to have access to essential healthcare in Afghanistan and many others to access a better future…

Benefit from a tax deduction according to the legislation in force in your country of residence.
(100% from a donation of €120 in Luxembourg, 66% of the donation in France)

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\ THE GENESIS : 2019, the Luxembourg Forum

On 26 and 27 March, Her Royal Highness the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg organised the Stand Speak Rise Up! international forum in Luxembourg to put an end to wartime sexual violence, in collaboration with the Dr Mukwege Foundation and the NGO We are NOT Weapons of War. It was from this forum that Stand Speak Rise Up! was born.

This conference brought together, for the first time, more than 50 Survivors who came to testify, key players from the international community in the fight against sexual violence, and numerous representatives from national and international organisations. Three Nobel Peace Prize winners, Dr Denis Mukwege, Nadia Murad and Professor Muhammad Yunus, joined the Grand Duchess’ initiative.

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