Royal family shares powerful message on International Women’s Day

Palace also shares Queen Camilla’s work on violence against women on International Women’s Day

Royal family shares powerful message on International Women’s Day

Britain’s royal family has shared a powerful message from Queen Camilla on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

The royal family posted on Instagram and Honor those. ,

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The post was shared alongside Camila’s photo and her 2021 message, which read: “Rapists are not born, they are made. And it takes the entire community – male and female – to dismantle the lies, words and actions that foster a culture in which sexual harassment is normalised, and in which it shames victims.’

The palace also shared Queen Camilla’s work on violence against women.

Camilla’s focus on this area of ​​her work has continued since the King’s accession. In November 2022, she hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace bringing together individuals and organizations working in the field of violence against women.

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During the reception, the Queen gave a speech in which she spoke about the growing issue of violence against women globally and the hope that many of those in attendance offered to survivors and future generations of women and girls .