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Zaimal Azad 23 Nov 14
Sense of overwhelming grief today at . Too many women dead at the hands of men. No more please. Every 1 is 1 too many.
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Notts Women's Centre 23 Nov 14
At Downing Street for . Delegation inc our CM about to present list of women killed through dv under this govt.
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Ellie Munro 22 Nov 15
(2/2) The Instanbul Convention would have afforded those women better protection. is asking Govt to ratify it
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Claudia Janke 25 Nov 17
Pleased that my candles remembering the women killed by their partner, ex-boyfriends or male family members are used at the march in Manchester tomorrow. See my website for project.
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Claire Moore Nov 2
Thread what we do & what inspires it Did an interview this week about my activism - theatre activism & the march to remember women killed in the uk by known men I wasn’t prepared for the impact the questions had on me
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Victim Blaming 23 Nov 14
On the way to march in London today, remembering the women killed by men who profess(ed) to love them.
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Melanie Duffill-Jeffs 23 Nov 14
Big thanks to for organising . Hopefully we can build on this next year too.
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WEP Brighton 22 Nov 15
We need to properly fund women's domestic & sexual abuse services or we will never see an end to
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we have moved @'s 23 Nov 14
The very lovely thank you for making this happen
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Nancy Farrell 26 Nov 17
I'm a domestic abuse survivor who was nearly killed on 3 separate occasion, I'm 1 of the lucky ones, 3rd biggest killer of women in UK is domestic murder.
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JanineGreenMBM 23 Nov 14
Wow what can I say what an amazing day marching through the streets of london
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Safer Preston IDVA 27 Nov 16
Today we are taking part in march in Manchester to remember those women who's lives have been lost due to
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Melanie Duffill-Jeffs 23 Nov 14
Really proud of all my sisters who walked through the pouring rain to remember those who have died
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h 26 Nov 16
tomorrow I'm taking part in the March in Manchester to remember women whose lives have been lost due to domestic violence
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Aileen Smart 🌈 8 Nov 14
to Downing Street. Sunday 23rd November 1.30pm via Please RT
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Jean Hatchet 22 Nov 15
Until govt ratifies the Istanbul Convention on Domestic Violence we are all well done to and marching women.
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Claire Moore 27 Nov 16
Loved the young man who was singing today in Manchester who stopped 2 pay respect to women taking part in today's march
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Zaimal Azad 22 Nov 15
'When we are murdered it hardly makes front page news.' -
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Victim Blaming 22 Nov 15
Today is the march in London. We can not be there this afternoon but we stand in solidarity with those who are marching.
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Black & Blue Charity 23 Nov 14
AMAZING PEOPLE WALKED THRO TIPPING COLD RAIN TO RAISE AWARENESS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
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