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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 16h
Do you know what to say if someone tells you about a harmful relationship? We want to ensure that the first time a women speaks out about domestic abuse, she is given the right response. Join us for free training and make a
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Chartered Institute of Housing 18h
What a day! Read the full report on grand final as triumphed but the real winners were as £16k was raised by the teams who took part. Massive achievement from and everyone involved. From all of us - THANK YOU!
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CIH Futures Jul 19
Great day supporting and her chosen charity with our very own and
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Katie Ghose Jul 18
‘Had to tell the police what instagram was’ - stark reminder of education needed about on-line abuse from at meeting today.
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Chartered Institute of Housing Jul 19
Best of luck to everyone taking part in the today raising money for our fabulous president 's chosen charity - if you fancy boosting the total you can donate here
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The Law Society Jul 18
"It is unacceptable that our court system can be used to perpetuate abuse" says Penny Scott, chair of our family law committee, as we join & in calling for an end to abusers being allowed to cross-examine their victims in court
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sian hawkins Jul 18
Great to hear championing the awareness raising of Luke and Ryan Hart after their mother was killed by a perpetrator of domestic abuse. We work with men who have lived through domestic abuse & now campaign for change
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"We count the cost in women's lives" on why we need to treat stalking and coercive control seriously
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"Luke and Ryan Hart are two brilliant male role models who have spoken out about their family's experience of abuse and have published a book to raise awareness of coercive control" on good male role models calling out male violence
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"Should we start treating domestic abuse as a public health issue?" at
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sian hawkins Jul 18
You can stalk, harass, groom or bully as long as you have social media. There’s a certain snobbery around abuse perptrafed on social media.
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sian hawkins Jul 18
Our member services do prevention everyday - training social workers, working schools, being awareness raising hubs.
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"Starting in primary school is essential. We need to educate in order to challenge a culture that condones violence against women and girls" on forthcoming mandatory Relationship & Sex Education
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"Domestic abuse services only receive pennies in government funding. This needs to change. We need to shift the focus from throwing money at the problem to investing in vital prevention work." at the
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"Constrained resources mean specialist domestic abuse services are often firefighting the problem rather than being able to focus on prevention work" at the
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"The problem with online abuse is that the victim has to do all the leg work and are retraumatised by gathering the evidence." at
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Women's Aid Jul 18
"It's like smoke and mirrors." There is a lack of understanding of online abuse but that's no excuse for the government and CPS not to treat it seriously speaks about her experience at the
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sian hawkins Jul 18
We need to build awareness in schools, children services & the media and look at the impact of shows like Love Island our fantastic Campaign Champion spokesperson Paulette shares her expertise agrees that we need more strong women role models on TV
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sian hawkins Jul 18
The has its last meeting of the year today with a fantastic line up
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Women's Aid Jul 18
Replying to @lucyfrazermp
Justice Minister commits that the government will continue to bring forward measures to protect survivors - including through the forthcoming Domestic Abuse Bill
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