2023 Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women Virtual Summit

November brings many opportunities for Zontians around the globe to say NO to gender-based violence. Below are three ways to kick off the 2023 campaign.

1. Attend the Zonta Says NO Virtual Summit.
 2. Use the Zonta Says NO Toolkit and Share Your Story.
 3. Join the Zonta Says NO Interest Group on the Zonta App.

Zonta Says NO Virtual Summit
Join the first-ever three-day virtual summit! Sessions will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions and practical workshops to raise awareness of your Zonta Says NO actions.   All Zonta members and friends are invited, so this event is a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to Zonta. Purchase an extra ticket for a guest or send this email to someone who shares our vision for a world where no woman lives in fear of violence.

See below for full program. You will receive an email with links to each session prior to this event. Learn more at: https://zontasaysno.com/online-summit/

Combating Cyberviolence Against Women and Girls MONDAY, 6 NOVEMBER | 10:00 – 11:00 AM CST | Meeting Planner  
Cyberviolence is a growing global problem with significant impacts on women and girls’ ability to freely and safely use the internet. Join Zonta International for a conversation about cyberviolence and what needs to be done to ensure that women and girls are able to fully participate in digital spaces and utilize the opportunities they provide without fear of violence.
Students are bravely speaking out against gender-based violence in their schools and communities. Learn more about the actions Zonta International’s Z clubs and Golden Z clubs and Young Women in Public Affairs awardees have taken to address violence against women and girls.

A Conversation with Chanel Miller WEDNESDAY, 8 NOVEMBER | 10:00 – 11:00 AM CST | Meeting Planner   Chanel Miller is an artist, writer, and author of the New York Times bestseller Know My Name, a breathtaking memoir of a survivor reclaiming her voice. First known publicly as Emily Doe, Miller is the survivor of the Stanford University sexual assault case that exposed the harsh reality of what many victims face in the tangles of the criminal justice system.  
Join Zonta International for a conversation with Chanel Miller on how to reclaim agency and use storytelling as a tool for healing and progress. Through emphasizing the power of art, truth and narrative control, Chanel encourages audiences to find, harness and uplift their voices.   Those interested in purchasing Chanel’s book in advance of the conversation can do so at: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/553663/know-my-name-by-chanel-miller/.

Join the conversation on the Zonta App. Share your experiences, projects and overall thoughts in the Zonta Says NO interest group. To join a forum, follow the steps as seen in our App User Guide.   Click My Profile in the app and then Edit Profile Details.Click on Special Interest Groups to opt in, and click Save.Then, find the group by clicking the Forum  button in the menu. Choose All to make sure that you can see the forum.