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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 28m
Tomorrow is you last chance for 1st class shipping on and t-shirts in time for Christmas! Don't miss out on a great gift supporting survivors of domestic abuse (we won't judge if the gift is for yourself...😀)
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Women's Aid 2h
A huge proportion of women counted in the were killed by someone they know, and 59% were killed in their own homes. These are not isolated incidents - read the full report here:
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Women's Aid 7h
Hi there - on page 28 of the report you can find data for women aged 66+:
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Women's Aid 8h
The 2017 findings show that leaving an abusive partner can be the most dangerous time for a woman. Find the full report here, released today by Women's Aid and
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Women's Aid 8h
We can only develop projects like the with the support of and - thank you so much for supporting our work, and helping to end with this important research:
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Channel 4 News 22h
A woman is killed by her male partner or former partner every 4 days in England and Wales. Channel 4 News has seen new figures from that reveal the number of deaths linked to domestic violence is on the rise.
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Karen Ingala Smith 16h
The third Femicide Census Report analysing the deaths of 139 women killed by men in the UK in 2017 is published by and me today: Femicide in UK: 76% of women killed by men in 2017 knew their killer | UK news | The Guardian
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Women's Aid 11h
Thank you so much to and for making the possible this year. Women’s Aid and are so grateful for your support
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Women's Aid 11h
"Time and time again, we hear of cases where a woman has been killed by a man as an “isolated incident”; yet the latest Femicide Census report shows yet again that this is not the case." on with - released today:
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Women's Aid 11h
The forthcoming must bring forward new laws to bar perpetrators of domestic abuse from being able to cross examine their victims in family courts. We won a commitment from government for this legislation two years ago – we can’t wait any longer
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Women's Aid 12h
This time of year can be particularly difficult for those experiencing domestic abuse, leaving them feeling isolated and alone. Becky O’Brien understands what it can be like. Read her story & support Women's Aid here
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simone marie 22h
I’m in full support of and all the amazing work they do . All proceeds from their tshirts go towards making a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated . 💗
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Katie Ghose 24h
Good to talk to who highlighted scale of fatal violence against women and girls. As ever, courageous family members were spot on in their insights into femicide prevention.
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Women's Aid 24h
. speaks to about the Solihull murders which saw Raneen Oudeh and Khaola Saleem lives being taken. She also mentioned the forthcoming report (out tomorrow) with
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Emily Wilson Dec 17
WATCH NOW: can reveal that 139 women were killed by men in England and Wales in 2017, 47% by former or current partner
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Women's Aid Dec 17
Tune into tonight to hear discuss the latest report developed by Women's Aid & and why the & wider strategy must implement the learnings from the Femicide Census
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Women's Aid Dec 17
Shout out to all our runners 📢 It’s time to dust off those trainers – Great North Run places are now available for next year! Save lives and sign up today:
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Women's Aid Dec 17
Thank you for sharing Scarlett!
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Women's Aid Dec 16
Survivor Ambassador Becky O’Brien suffered months of abuse and coercive control before escaping her abusive relationship. Becky shares her experience so others can know that they’re . Read it here
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Women's Aid Dec 16
Women’s Aid has campaigned tirelessly to ensure perpetrators of domestic abuse are no longer able to cross examine victims in the family courts – the domestic abuse bill must include this legislation. Read our here:
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