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Women's Aid is the national charity working to end domestic abuse against women & children. For help, call 0808 2000 247 - helpline run by Women's Aid & Refuge.
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In a significant win for our campaign, the government has announced a review on how the family courts protect children and parents in cases of domestic abuse. Change is needed now. Read more here:
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Mandy Thomas May 19
Thank you and for your dedication and drive. Together we can be the difference between life and death
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Women's Aid May 17
We’re sorry to hear about this Debbie. Please call the 24hr National Domestic Violence Helpline for free on 0808 2000 247 (run in partnership with ). A member of our team can provide you with support and advice. In an emergency, call 999. Best wishes, Women’s Aid.
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Women's Aid May 17
Hi Ambreen, we work hard to answer as many calls as possible, although during busy periods your call may be diverted to voicemail. Please leave a voicemail with a safe number and time for us to call back and we will get back to you as soon as possible. In an emergency, call 999.
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Women's Aid May 16
If you’re in need of support, is here to listen and to offer help. The National Domestic Violence Helpline (run in partnership between Women's Aid and ) is free to call 24/7 on 0808 2000 247. You’re not alone.
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Women's Aid May 16
Are you interested in breaking the silence of domestic abuse and becoming a Community Ambassador? Join us in on 4th and 11th June on our FREE training. Funded by Find out more here:
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Polly Neate May 15
The incredibly brave will not give up until family courts accept that abusing your child’s mother means you are not a good dad. She & have already won govt action on cross-examination by perpetrators. Back the campaign, lives are at stake
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Women's Aid May 15
Thank you for your bravery on the show today, and your commitment to protecting children’s lives. Over 120 MPs have signed ’s letter calling for an urgent independent inquiry into the family courts. We won’t stop fighting for .
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Victoria Derbyshire May 15
‘15 minutes was all it took for my life to end and my existence to begin’ ’s sons were killed by her ex-husband during an access visit. Four children have been killed by a parent in five years after a family court granted access.
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Victoria Derbyshire May 15
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Women's Aid May 15
We urgently need an inquiry into domestic abuse & the family courts to prevent more children from being killed or harmed. Read more about our campaign here & tweet your local MP the link, we need as much support as possible to make this happen.
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Women's Aid May 15
Powerful stories shared with the Joint Committee on the draft by survivors from our project alongside . Thank you to the survivors, & to and other members of the committee for listening.
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Victoria Derbyshire May 15
‘My children come home with injuries’ Dozens of parents say their abusive ex-partners have been granted unsupervised contact with their children. Four children have been killed by a parent in five years after a family court granted access.
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Louise Haigh MP May 14
Over 120 MPs from all parties are backing our campaign to better protect victims of rape & domestic abuse who are being badly let down by the family courts. Read more here:
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Lucy Rose Hadley May 14
Shocking that three years after 19 child homicides report by a further two children’s lives have been taken in these circumstances. Urgent change in the family courts is needed & that’s why our campaign has pushed for this inquiry.
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Women's Aid May 15
For far too long the family courts have taken a dangerous “contact at all costs” approach in cases where there are findings of domestic abuse. We are urgently calling for an independent inquiry into the family court response to domestic abuse.
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Women's Aid May 15
📺Tune in to this morning to hear about the shocking findings from their investigation into how family courts in England and Wales treat victims of domestic violence.
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Big Brother Watch May 6
Over 30,000 people have signed our petition to stop forcing sexual assault survivors to hand over their phones + excessive personal information. Police and should collect specific evidence - not take the whole phone and everything on it.
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Women's Aid May 14
We look forward to working closely with the new victims commissioner , who has long championed a sustainable future for refuge services and legal changes to protect survivors of domestic abuse.
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Women's Aid May 14
Help us make sure that no survivor faces domestic abuse alone. Set up a regular gift today
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