Violence against women and girls is a problem at both the local and global levels. This guide from the Women’s Learning Partnership is designed to help facilitators and participants explore the linkages between violence in the private, public and global realms, while emphasizing that gender-based human rights violations are ubiquitous and defy cultural, economic, ethnic, political, religious and other divisions. The guidebook contains 16 sessions. Each session contains a case study from countries as diverse as Haiti, Malaysia, Nepal and the United States. The case studies are intended to spark discussion and critical thought about the causes and consequences of violence against women and girls.