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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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Women's Aid 15h
Our Survivors' Forum is a safe, anonymous and supportive space for survivors to talk to each other about their experiences of abuse. If you're worried about your relationship, head over to
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24housing Awards Oct 18
We're absolutely delighted to have as our chosen charity for this evening to help boost the work , & have been doing!
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Women's Aid Oct 18
It's been a fantastic day meeting our new trustees - we're very excited to welcome them to the team!
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Women's Aid Oct 18
We are very pleased to announce that we have four new trustees from member organisations joining our board today - Zlakha Ahmed, Naomi Dickson, Jo Gough, & Sarah Hill.
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Women's Aid Oct 18
Our inaugural public policy conference will provide a space for leading-edge policy debate on domestic abuse and violence against women - book now to get your early bird discount!
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Gray Williams Oct 18
Getting married tomorrow. My last-day-fiancée and I have been asking guests to donate to . Why not make a contribution too? Thanks!
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Women's Aid Oct 18
Replying to @gray_books
Wow! Thank you Graeme and Lisa, this is so generous 😊 Wishing you all the best for the big day and a long and happy marriage!
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sian hawkins Oct 16
Increased productivity and staff retention due to paid domestic abuse leave in NZ will be a real incentive for employers to take forward this policy - and the fact it’s just a decent thing to do!
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Women's Aid Ireland Oct 15
Sometimes it’s hard to find the words to explain just how wrong this is - Man who dragged wife upstairs when she refused to be paid for sex avoids jail
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sian hawkins Oct 16
Baroness Helic discussing how law change & wider awareness of DA amongst employers can help stay at home mothers and housewives. Broader cultural awareness & wider reforms, eg to family court, will help
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sian hawkins Oct 16
Gearing up for the APPG on Domestic Violence & Abuse examining whether the domestic abuse bill should cover paid leave for survivors. Great to be joined by Jan Logie who spearheaded this new law in New Zealand!
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Women's Aid Oct 15
ran for us in the yesterday to send out the message that every survivor, regardless of age or the form of abuse they are experiencing, deserves help to rebuild their life free from abuse. You can still show your support here
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Women's Aid Oct 15
Hi Rihanna, thanks so much! It would be great to raise awareness. You can buy a running vest from us from us - please email l.porter@womensaid.org.uk to find out how. Best of luck with the marathon!
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Women's Aid Oct 15
Do you want to be part of a team transforming the way we respond to domestic abuse? We have an exciting job opportunity as our pilot coordinator. Apply now!
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Alice Oct 14
I did it! My first ever half marathon for the incredible who I am SO so lucky to support. I managed a 1 hour, 52 minute which I’m also really proud of! What a day! 💕
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Women's Aid Oct 14
A big congratulations and a huge thank you to our superstar runners who took part in the today🏅👏 Thanks to you, we are able to continue giving women and children the support they need to escape abuse.
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Women's Aid Oct 13
Good luck to our ambassador running the for us this morning. Go Alice!👏🙌
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Women's Aid Oct 13
It's race day! GOOD LUCK to our runners taking part in the 👟 We’ll see you there!
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Women's Aid Oct 13
We’re so excited to be cheering on our runners and everyone else taking part in the race tomorrow. It’s always inspiring seeing so many people running for wonderful, important causes
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Women's Aid Oct 13
Massive GOOD LUCK to our ambassador, running the for us tomorrow! We can’t wait to cheer you on🙌
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