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Women's Aid
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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“I have witnessed the heartache, fear & emotional destruction caused by domestic violence & i wanted to do something about it by fundraising through this once in a lifetime race" Make a difference, run for us 👟
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CIH Nov 17
Not a week has gone by since announced domestic abuse as her presidential cause without someone telling her they've been affected - proof the sector must act she says
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Women's Aid Nov 15
Packed event with & , hearing from young people why quality RSE must tackle sexism & gender roles
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Women's Aid Nov 15
We need to protect survivors and the rights of women & girls post-Brexit. Ask your MP to back amendment 385 & NC77 – and find out more from
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Women's Aid Nov 15
Thanks so much! 😊😊😊
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Women's Aid Nov 15
Replying to @loudwomenclub
Thank you ! 😊
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Women's Aid Nov 15
Replying to @BeckyJewkes
Hi Rebecca, sounds like a fantastic idea! Please contact your local refuge directly to see what they need:
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Women's Aid Nov 14
"Domestic abuse recorded by the police has increased by 60% in less than three years. It's clear that forces are struggling to cope and there are huge variations in how the police use their powers to keep victims safe."
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Women's Aid Nov 13
Survivors of domestic abuse are often experts at hiding their pain from others, so you never know what someone may be coping with. Small acts of kindness go a long way. If you're worried about someone, here are some ways to be kind:
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Women's Aid Nov 13
Replying to @vicky_walker
Hi Vicky. Thanks so much for your helpful feedback, we are currently reviewing our language and will definitely take this on board.
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Women's Aid Nov 12
We're hiring! Provide vital support to women escaping abuse & join our Helpline team
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Women's Aid Nov 11
Are you worried that someone you know is in an abusive relationship? See how you can help
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Fawcett Society Nov 9
It's - the day in the year when women start to work for free. The is widening for younger women. We all must take urgent action TODAY. Make a now - and help to close the gap for good. (Animation by )
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Lucy Rose Hadley Nov 10
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Women's Aid Nov 10
Today marks - the day women effectively stop being paid for the year thanks to the gender pay gap, and it hasn’t improved in three years. Being kept at financial disadvantage means man still has power over women - we must close the gap.
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Women's Aid Nov 9
Change the response to domestic abuse. We have an exciting - Training Officer based in . Apply now
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Women's Aid Nov 8
Just one more day left to apply for our Regional Development Officer posts! Don't miss out & apply now
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Women's Aid Nov 8
Replying to @Comment_Ed
Hi Emma, thanks for getting in touch. Please contact info@womensaid.org.uk with more information and we can pass you on to the best person. Best wishes WA
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sian hawkins Nov 8
Things refuge managers have said to me in response to new model for short term : 'devastated' 'so worried' 'the beginning of the end' 'anxious' 'let down' must rethink
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Women's Aid Nov 8
In , we can be twice as strong and twice as dedicated to helping women suffering from abuse. Oh, and we have more room to ask you for money! Why not donate £2.80 today to give a big 👎to abuse. Or £280. That’s cool too. Is that all the charac
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