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Katie Ghose
Charity chief exec, mum and table tennis fiend. katiesghose@gmail.com
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Tender Jan 24
The early warning signs of unhealthy relationships can be difficult to spot: thank you to and for continuing to raise this vital awareness:
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Women's Aid Jan 27
In today's 'I trusted my stepdad, and the next thing I know, he's killed my mum' by about upcoming documentary Behind Closed Doors - Through the Eyes of the Child. With comment from WA's &
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Women's Aid Jan 26
Our movement is one of the most important achievements of feminism in this country, born through inspirational women determined to put an end to domestic abuse. Stand up and join us
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Women's Aid Jan 25
We are delighted that the government has listened to our Child First campaign by introducing a ban on abusers cross-examining victims in the family courts. On behalf of everyone at Women’s Aid, we would like to say a big thank you to our supporters.
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Women's Aid Jan 22
While no one wants to go into a refuge, for many survivors they have no choice or lives are in danger. When refuges close, including vital BME services, it costs the lives of women & children. So proud of our national network providing lifesaving services.
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The Telegraph Jan 22
Too many women in Britain are having their money controlled by their partners - this is real abuse, writes of
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Women's Aid Jan 21
Domestic abuse costs lives and it costs money. The must be backed up with sustainable funding for our life-saving network of domestic abuse services, so every woman and child can live free from fear and abuse.
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Women's Aid Jan 20
Domestic abuse costs society £66 billion a year & on average the lives of two women a week. The will be published tomorrow. We need it to deliver resources as well as new laws to make a real difference to survivors' lives
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Women's Aid Jan 19
"I was told that because I am blind and a woman, I could not be independent" Survivor & campaigner, Saliha, shares her story. She will be speaking at our public policy conference about what she wants the to deliver for disabled survivors
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Katie Ghose Jan 15
Upskirting to be crime after Lords back bill - brilliant to see this horrible act (nearly!) a law!
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Women's Aid Jan 11
We called for the roll out of the to be urgently halted; it would make more dangerous. 's speech will be welcomed by survivors. It's a step in the right direction to empower women to safely escape domestic abuse
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Katie Ghose Jan 11
Fantastic line up - do spread the word and book now!
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Women's Aid Jan 11
Replying to @womensaid
Read our full response to the announcement on and the on our website here:
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Women's Aid Jan 11
We're pleased has taken proactive steps to support survivors in the workplace. Providing paid leave for survivors sends out a powerful message that survivors' employment will be secure and they will be financially supported if they flee the abuse.
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Women's Aid Jan 10
Children do not just witness domestic abuse, they experience it. We want the Domestic Abuse Bill to deliver resources as well as legislation to ensure every survivor and child can get the support they need to rebuild their lives free from fear and abuse.
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Women's Aid Jan 10
"My mum made sure we lived as survivors" Our Ambassador for C&YP speaks to the 's about how children experience domestic abuse & the important role his mum, Survivor Ambassador , had in the family's road to freedom
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Women's Aid Jan 7
"These kind of relationships: you don't find them, they find you" Our Patron talks to about her experience of domestic abuse and how she finally escaped it. Listen here
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Women's Aid Jan 2
Congratulations to the amazing people we work with who have made it on the New Year's Honours list - for your incredible work towards ending violence against women & girls , Eleanor Maddocks, , & 👏🎉
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Katie Ghose Jan 2
Fantastic support - thank you!
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