Ring the Bell
Now is the time to end violence against women.
One million men. One million promises calls on men worldwide to promise to take concrete action to end violence against women.
Men and women together have responded with outrage to recent dramatic acts of violence from Delhi to Cairo to Steubenville. We know that effective laws, courts, and cops are essential -- but they are not enough. We need individual and community action to challenge the habits and norms that perpetuate violence.
Men, their allies, and their actions, can create that global tipping point, today.
Together with our partners in South Africa, Brazil, Sweden, and more, we will secure one million promises to help do just that.
WATCH the leading and celebrity men who have already vowed to take action.
With men as leaders and partners, we can build a world in which women are safe -- and in which all of us live freely, fully, and without fear.
Together we can build a safer world.
Global launch event in New York City featuring Sir Patrick Stewart:
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Want to win a $50 Visa Gift Card just for watching? Take our quick 30-second survey! AS SEEN IN THE GUARDIAN – AL JAZEERA AMERICA- THE GOOD MEN PROJECT That Guy–like many men–sees women as equals. But That Guy is NOT silent when men treat women otherwise.That guy stands for something better. That Guy is […]3 Comments
Michelle Bachelet, UN Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women, urges men to promise to help end violence against women. The former President of Chile also announces a partnership between UN Women’s Commit campaign and Ring the Bell: One million men. One million promises.3 Comments
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We often invite men to connect to the issue of violence against women by saying, “What if were your mother? Your daughter? Your sister?” While this invitation is understandable and respectable, it’s actually the wrong question to ask.
by Donald McPherson We have seen much—and much-deserved—criticism of the mainstream media coverage of the Steubenville rape verdict. Some reporters, notoriously, have focused on what “good students” the convicted young men are and what “bright futures” had been squandered by their actions. While these may have been misguided analyses of the verdict, the outrage stems […]
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Many of us remember Sir Patrick Stewart on Star Trek: The Next Generation as the heroic Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the Starship Enterprise whose mission was to explore the galaxies. In real life, the dynamic 72-year-old acclaimed actor and activist has taken on his own personal mission: enlisting men in the movement to end violence against women, […]