StopGBV Program

What is the StopGBV Program?

The #StopGBV Program of the Center for Public Safety for Women (CPSW) is a partnership between the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization eGirl Power and the Center for Public Safety (CPS) to #StopGBV with a focus on Campus Safety for students enrolled in colleges and universities.

This latest program is built upon the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization's three core pillars to "Educate, Empower, and Elevate" which has been featured in numerous publications including USA Today, Yahoo News!, The Official Harvard Site of Multiple Intelligences, Philanthropy Journal, and The Institute for Research on Unlimited Love.

eGirl Power has been featured in:

eGirl Power's programs have earned the endorsements and testimonials of distinguished leaders in the nonprofit and educational sector including top experts from Harvard University, Fordham University and Stony Brook University, as well as the Mayor of Oakland, Attorney General, CA State Controller and Emmy Award-Winning TV reporters.

Hear live testimonials from the eGirl Power Award Gala at The Yale Club NYC Grand Ballroom in Manhattan:


As Featured on Yahoo!

What is GBV?

“Gender-based Violence” describes the many forms of gender-based misconduct that occur in different contexts, including negative behaviors directed at an individual based on their gender, gender expression, or sex as well as behaviors that are sexual in nature.

The definition covers a wide range of misconduct—

  • • Verbal and physical actions
  • • Sexual harassment
  • • Sexual assault
  • • Rape
  • • Other forms of abusive behavior.

What are the goals of the #StopGBV Program?

The #StopGBV program goals are to "Educate, Empower and Elevate" females and all marginalized groups to unite in efforts to #StopGBV through these 3 core pillars:



On Campus Best Practices, Preparedness and Precautions, and the Campus Safety Toolkit.




Raising Awareness and Calling for Action on various GBV-related issues.




Leadership experience for leaders of eGirl Power CPSW (Center for Public Safety for Women) Student Chapters.


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