We Must Commit.
Young girls. Within hours of being raped. At the clinic. Alone. “I don’t really understand why I didn’t die when I was raped as an eight-year-old. I think maybe it was because I was needed in the struggle for human rights.” A gut-wrenching, sickening, horrifying exhibit at the Nobel Peace Center about survivors of rape and sexual violence, many of whom end up in prison because of oppressive legal systems, lack of access to education and broken, failing healthcare in countries worldwide. We have to do right by our girls, by boys, by non-binary victims; we simply must. Their success is intrinsically and directly linked to ours as humans, communities, industries, nations and global societies. What do you commit to do for these brave, beautiful souls?