Mahira Khan Is Part of a Global Campaign Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Exploitation

Mahira Khan Is Part of a Global Campaign Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Exploitation

Mahira Khan, who has played a role in the welfare of children and women in the past, became part of the Commonwealth's global campaign against domestic violence and sexual exploitation.

Mahira Khan told fans via Instagram posts that she became part of a global campaign run in collaboration with the Commonwealth and Gentle Forces. The actress made several posts on Instagram about being a part of the campaign, in which she confirmed that she has become a part of the 'Join the Course' campaign launched under the 'Commonwealth'.

 
 
 
 
 
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After introducing herself in the video, Mahira Khan also invited people from Commonwealth member countries to be part of the campaign. He also made two other posts about the 'Join the Course' campaign, one of which was a video in which he told people to break the tradition of remaining silent on other issues, including domestic violence and sexual exploitation. Raise.

 
 
 
 
 
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The campaign that Mahira Khan has been a part of includes showbiz, sports and various influencers from British, Australian and other countries. The 'Join the Course' campaign has been launched by the Commonwealth, an organization of 54 countries, including Pakistan, India, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada, in collaboration with the social organization Gentle Force.

 
 
 
 
 
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Commonwealth member countries include most of the countries that were formerly under British control. Under the 'Join the Course' campaign, a campaign to end domestic violence and sexual exploitation is being run around the world. According to a report by the Commonwealth, 38% of women worldwide are killed by their male partners, while the situation in Pakistan is even worse.

 
 
 
 
 
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According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFP), 32% of women in Pakistan are victims of physical violence, while 40% of married women are victims of domestic violence at the hands of their husbands. According to the agency, the Pakistan Demographic Survey found that one out of every two women victims of violence never sought help to prevent violence and never complained to anyone.

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