UFL initiated its activism by denouncing sexual violence against women and fighting perpetrators and social stigma in courts, and secured the first court ruling against sexual harassment in Morocco filed on March 21, 2014. On the 21st of March 2016, second anniversary of the stated case ,  UFL held its official general assembly and has been since advocating against violence based on Gender and Sexuality by providing legal assistance, building coalitions of allies and running campaigns against laws such as Law Project 103.13.

One of the group’s greatest achievements has been the campaign it ran under the title of “ How Many Women must die to change the laws ? “ . This campaign came following a tragic event the NGO and Moroccan society lived which is the rape and death of 18 years old ‘El Hasnae’ ( The Martyr of Rape in Morocco). The video UFL launched for this purpose reached over 80,000 views within 3 days and the campaign received national  media coverage  in addition to strong civil society mobilization, leading to the gathering of 60 lawyers to defend the soul of El Hasnae and the other girls affected by this horrible violence. The rapists were following that condemned to 10 years of prison each , and UFL has announced an appeal of the verdict on the 8th of March 2017. Many press conferences were held, in order to discuss law project 103.13.