Uniting Survivors (US) Coalition

The Uniting Survivors (US) Coalition was formed to eliminate the barriers to prosecuting sexual and other assault cases in the U.S. criminal courts that occur between U.S. citizens abroad.

The Inaugural Meeting!

Monday, January 22, 2024, at 2:30 PM the Community Education Group will host the Uniting Survivors Coalition (US). The US coalition is seeking partners, thought leaders, and allies to strategize and mobilize to eliminate the barriers to prosecuting sexual and other assault cases in the US criminal courts that occur between US citizens abroad. We look forward to your guidance, partnership, and support!

Join US to Create Change for Survivors!

🌐 Join Us in Championing Global Justice Against Gender-Based Violence! 🤝

Uniting Survivors (US) is at the forefront of a groundbreaking initiative, advocating for legislation that extends crucial protection to American citizens facing gender-based violence overseas. Our mission is clear: Ensure survivors receive the same support and legal avenues, regardless of where the incident occurs.

By pioneering this legislation, the United States showcases its commitment to upholding human rights globally and advancing gender equality. This not only sets a precedent for nations worldwide but also encourages collaborative efforts to combat gender-based violence on an international scale.

Your support is vital in shaping a safer world. Timely intervention and assistance for American survivors facing international violence can prevent escalation and recurrence upon their return, breaking the cycle of violence. Join us in the fight for this essential legislation, contributing to a more just and secure environment for survivors of gender-based violence. Together, we can make a lasting impact! 🌍🤍 #JoinUS #EndGBV #GlobalJustice

To join our quarterly meetings and listserv, please sign up here: http://tinyurl.com/Uniting-Survivors

A Message from CEG’s Executive Director, A. Toni Young

“Domestic violence is a public health crisis. Seeking safety, resources, and medical care can be dangerous and difficult, especially for people of color and the LGBTQIA+ community,” warns Young.