Protection and emergency response for WHRDs at risk

WHRDs face different types of risks in their work, of different intensity and levels, which is why the risk assessment and ensuring tailored by support services such legal, medical, counselling, temporary relocation, etc from WHRDN-U is crucial for their safety and wellbeing. The focus of this strategy is to build conditions and mechanisms of protection and care for WHRDs at risk (individual and collective), their families and organizations, as needed, in order to safe guard their lives, their physical, mental and emotional health so that they can continue their human rights work.