Eradicating the violence that affects 1 in 3 women worldwide

Based on 12 years of experience in this combat, our strategy is to act with key feminist partners at three levels to achieve real transformative change: supporting survivor-centered services, implementing prevention programs with future generations and mobilizing both our internal and external networks to take action for gender equality. We pro-actively source long-term partnerships in the six main countries where the Kering Group operates and work hand in hand with a cross-section of local experts, from grassroots networks to specialist organizations to alternative models that can be scaled up.

Supporting survivors 
to live free from violence

Supporting survivors to live free from violence

For women to access the support they need worldwide, we partner with a cross-section of frontline, local organizations that provide vital and comprehensive needs-driven services, all while working towards rebuilding autonomy.

Implementing prevention programs to break the cycle of violence

Implementing prevention programs to break the cycle of violence

In order to break the intergenerational cycle of violence, we focus on addressing its root causes. With our partners, we challenge gender stereotypes particularly by engaging men and boys, involve the youth to change behaviors and attitudes and work on the intersection with violence against children, in particular incest.

Taking collective action 
to stand against violence

Taking collective action to stand against violence

Understanding the impacts of domestic violence, we work to create a safe and supportive workplace for survivors at Kering and through mobilizing other companies. We also offer our employees the opportunity to get involved by volunteering their skills to Foundation partners.

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our programs
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WOMEN’S AID, UK

[With ongoing support] I went to court, got a court order, and had him removed from the house. I would never have had the strength to do it if it hadn’t been for the time we spent in that refuge. Being there changed our lives. I met the strongest, most inspirational women I have ever met. Women who had been beaten to within an inch of their lives. Women who had lost everything yet had the ability to rise again from the ashes. It made me realise that, even when life seems impossible, if we dig deeply enough, we can find the strength to come through anything.
We can survive. And we have.

- Survivor

Women’s Aid, partner since 2015, is a national federation working to provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated.

Our programs accross violence against women

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