28.11.2017 - UNESCO Office in New Delhi

Orange the World, Leave No One Behind

UN Women are marking the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (25 November–10 December) under the theme of “Leave No One Behind: End Violence against Women and Girls”. As in previous years, iconic buildings and monuments across the world will be ‘oranged’ to call for a violence-free future.

In India, UNESCO will join UN Women’s month-long campaign starting 25 November 2017 on the Delhi Metro. Five messages – in Hindi and English – will be showcased on three metro lines: Yellow (Samaypur Badli to HUDA City Centre), Blue (Dwarka to Noida City Centre) and Violet (Kashmere Gate to Escorts Mujesar).

These three lines receive a combined footfall of 4.5 million passengers per day and connect all parts of Delhi, as well as Gurgaon, Noida and Faridabad.

Campaign Messages:


  • BREAK THE SILENCE. When you witness violence against women and girls, do not sit back. ACT.
  • 1 in 3 women experience physical and sexual violence in their lifetime. Every woman and girl has a right to live free from Violence.
  • Gender Equality starts with YOU.
  • How can public spaces, work spaces and homes be FREE FROM VIOLENCE
  • Share your suggestions with #MySafeDelhi @ Twitter
  • NO MATLAB NO Gender Based Violence is NEVER Acceptable, NEVER Excusable, NEVER Tolerable


  • चुप्पी तोड़ें | शोषण और हिंसा के खिलाफ आवाज़  बुलंद करें |
  • 3 में से 1 महिला अपने जीवन में शारीरिक एवं यौन शोषण अनुभव करती है | हिंसा मुक्त जीवन हर महिला व लड़की का अधिकार है | 
  • बराबरी की शुरुआत आप से है | सोच बदलें !
  • सार्वजानिक स्थल, कार्यस्थल और घर को हिंसा मुक्त कैसे  बनाएं ? हमें बताइए #MySafeDelhi @ Twiiter 
  • ना मतलब ना जेंडर आधारित हिंसा को अनदेखा और स्वीकार न करें |

 To download the campaign posters click here

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