We’re so happy to welcome LGBT anti-violence charity Galop to UK SAYS NO MORE, as they join as a campaign partner. Find out more about what they do: About Galop Galop is the LGBT anti-violence charity, making life safe, just and fair
Three Cs have joined UK SAYS NO MORE as a campaign partner! Find out about their work: About Three Cs Three Cs is a person-centred, inclusive organisation for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges. Our vision, which was
We are really pleased to announce we have the support of another fantastic organisation doing some incredible work around mental health. Mind in Kingston currently provide a range services in the Royal Borough of Kingston, London where they aim to achieve
Experiencing domestic or sexual violence or can have a huge impact on your overall wellbeing, mentally and emotionally. It is widely acknowledged, for example, that domestic abuse is a leading cause of ill mental health. If you’ve just left an
Solace Women’s Aid annual flagship music event, Rock Against Violence, is back for its 5th year with a night of fun, entertainment and charity. We are pleased to announce that Rock Against Violence 2016 is back for a 5th year!
Audrie & Daisy, a powerful and heartbreaking documentary exploring rape, trauma, power and coming of age in the world of social media, had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and and is now streaming on Netflix. Cindy Waitt, one of the
Charity launch “Silence Has A Sound” domestic abuse video to highlight the plight of male victims Producer Harry Davidge, in partnership with the ManKind Initiative, a charity supporting male victims of domestic abuse, has today launched a short two minute video ‘Silence Has A Sound’ highlighting both the psychological and
A new report from the Women and Equalities Committee exposes the shocking levels of sexual harassment and violence which is not being tackled appropriately in English schools. Some key statistics from the report: almost a third (29%) of 16-18 year old
Info via Channel4.com. Hollyoaks have produced a short film – “Hollyoaks: What is consent?” following the broadcast of a special consent Hollyoaks episode. The special single-strand consent episode is set across 24 hours during Freshers Week. The consequent documentary features two groups of
Creative collective The JAM Network have joined UK SAYS NO MORE as a partner in the arts! About The JAM Network The JAM Network is a collective of creatives, academics, businesses and NGOs working to end modern slavery and human trafficking.