Since our founding in 1990, the National Network to End Domestic Violence has been dedicated to creating a social, political, and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. Despite the challenges we face, and the work still ahead of us, we believe more strongly than ever that this future is possible. 

For three decades, our team has worked tirelessly to hear and uplift the needs of survivors, creating solutions at the community, state, and national levels. From celebrating legislative triumphs, to building the capacity of state and territory coalitions, to leading the conversation about survivors’ economic empowerment, technology safety, and access to legal information—we have a lot to be proud of, and plenty of opportunities to look forward to.
Commemorating our 30th anniversary amid a global pandemic, a national reckoning on racism and white supremacy, and an historic election season remind us that our work is more timely than ever before.

Domestic violence touches every community, and it is compounded by every form of social, economic, and political oppression. We cannot end violence without first dismantling all systems that perpetuate injustice, throughout our country and around the world. We affirm our commitment  to centering survivors of violence as we look toward the future and toward the safe, equitable world that we know is possible. 
 

Team NNEDV is ready to meet whatever the future might hold for survivors and the advocates who serve them. Keep reading to learn more.

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