The Player Escort Mascots for both the Trinidad and Tobago and Mexico Women’s team will walk out in T-shirts with the slogan saying, “Draw the Line Against Gender Based Violence” for UN 16 days of Activism against Gender Based Violence prior to the Concacaf W Road to Gold Cup qualifier at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
Trinidad and Tobago football association has announced that they are collaborating with the UN Women Multi-Country Office for the Caribbean to observe the 16 Days of Activism to End Violence against Women and Girls.
The UN Women works towards women empowerment . The foundation promotes gender equality and builds standards to create an environment where every women has the right to live up to her full potential and exercise her human rights freely .
The Concacaf W Gold Cup qualifier match between Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico will take place on Tuesday , 5th December 2023 scheduled for 7:00pm at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The aim is for this to be the first of many initiatives as advocacy and awareness in all sectors are critical to the comprehensive approach to ending Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG).
The UN has recognised this initiative as a significant step taken by the Trinidad and Tobago football association towards raising awareness and taking action to end gender-based violence.
This initiative taken by the Trinidad and Tobago football association will raise awareness among the audience about the importance and need to promote gender equality. The step taken will motivate the community to come forward and take stand against violence of human right.
16 days of activism is a globally recognised initiative that raises awareness about the violence and discrimination that is faced by the women and girls.
St Vincent/Grenadines face Barbados Women from 4:00pm on Tuesday, 05 December 2023 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium.
The entry ticket of the match is $50 which is only for the covered sections and will be available at the venue. the entry for kids of age 12 or below is free.