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Gender violence is a problem
that concerns us A-L-L.
When a woman is assaulted,
and as a society we do nothing,
we’re washing our
hands of an entire gender!

A way to make visible
that washing our hands
of any kind of violence leaves traces.

We invite you to join the conversation
and, together, make visible what’s been invisible until now.

#NoTeLavesLasManos #CrucesXRosas

How can I stop washing my hands of gender violence?

INFLUENCER

Using your social networks to raise awareness about gender violence is a way to stop washing your hands of…

Learn more

FRIENDS/FAMILY

If you suspect that a friend, daughter, or a family member suffers from gender violence, do the following…

Learn more

MEDIA

You can start by writing notes with inclusive language, without victimizing women and protecting the aggressor…

Learn more

INFLUENCER

We invite you to talk about this initiative with your community, and together, make visible the problem that millions of women in Mexico suffer. Download here our Awareness social media Kit

Be a part of it.

Remember to use:

#NoTeLavesLasManos #CrucesXRosas

FRIENDS/FAMILY

Provide a safe space to talk about it. DO NOT judge them (or the situation), and contact accounts or organizations that can support them with a professional approach.
Keep watching their behavior.

In case of an emergency, we recommend having a small bag prepared with documents and essential items to exit the assault place as soon as there is an aggression.

You can also recommend @CrucesXRosas to them to ask for help. And please remember,don’t rush the process.

We invite you to join the conversation on social networks about our initiative.

Remember to use:

#NoTeLavesLasManos #CrucesXRosas

MEDIA

The narrative we chose to disperse builds realities, and today, Mexico deserves to be informed.

Use these spaces to recognize the groups that are doing things. Push into your environment to have a space for deconstruction and recognition of the ailments women experience.

Get advice from professionals in gender perspective and, if you are a male journalist, avoid generating any controversy on any subject matter that you might not be aware of.

Stop washing your hands of.

Contact us, and through an interview or a call, let’s join forces to give visibility to this initiative.

How can I stop washing
my hands of gender violence?

INFLUENCER

Using your social networks to raise awareness about gender violence is a way to stop washing your hands of… Learn more

INFLUENCER

We invite you to talk about this initiative with your community, and together, make visible the problem that millions of women in Mexico suffer. Download here our Awareness social media Kit

Be a part of it.

Remember to use:

#NoTeLavesLasManos #CrucesXRosas

FRIENDS/FAMILY

If you suspect that a friend, daughter, or a family member suffers from gender violence, do the following… Learn more

FRIENDS/FAMILY

Provide a safe space to talk about it. DO NOT judge them (or the situation), and contact accounts or organizations that can support them with a professional approach.
Keep watching their behavior.

In case of an emergency, we recommend having a small bag prepared with documents and essential items to exit the assault place as soon as there is an aggression.

You can also recommend @CrucesXRosas to them to ask for help. And please remember,don’t rush the process.

We invite you to join the conversation on social networks about our initiative.

Remember to use:

#NoTeLavesLasManos #CrucesXRosas

MEDIA

You can start by writing notes with inclusive language, without victimizing women and protecting the aggressor… Learn more

MEDIA

The narrative we chose to disperse builds realities, and today, Mexico deserves to be informed.

Use these spaces to recognize the groups that are doing things. Push into your environment to have a space for deconstruction and recognition of the ailments women experience.

Get advice from professionals in gender perspective and, if you are a male journalist, avoid generating any controversy on any subject matter that you might not be aware of.

Stop washing your hands of.

Contact us, and through an interview or a call, let’s join forces to give visibility to this initiative.