This talk proposes that we consider the current scourge of Men’s Violence Against Women, as a war against women, that can only end with a deep transformation of self and society which will be the last frontier of human development.  Despite enormous advances in human evolution, our reality demonstrates that emotionally – humankind remains as primate and stuck in primordial ways of dealing with its emotional self, and that only through deep personal and social transformation will it transcend into a more humane way of living. Activist and Founder Kuhluka Movement Ms. Josina Z. Machel holds an MSc degree in Sociology (Gender) from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor of Social Science, Sociology and Political Science from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She has extensive experience in advocacy, political advisory and management of projects on gender-based violence, Human Development and Gender Equality in the private and non-profit sectors in the regional, Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) and international level.Following a horrific domestic violence attack Ms. Machel founded the Kuhluka Movement, a non-profit initiative that bridges the gap between giving a voice to women survivors, whilst providing them with safe haven in their time of need. She is a member of the UN & EU Civil Society National Reference Group for the Spotlight Initiative (Mozambique); a UNFPA celebrity Spokesperson and serves on a number of International Boards This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at