March 2018: News Roundup
March has been an exciting month for campaigning and the arts – we recognised International Women’s Day, along with hundreds ofRead more.
The Rape of Recy Taylor film to premiere in the UK
New film follows Mrs #RecyTaylor, who bravely spoke up after a gang rape in 1944 Alabama. Director Nancy Buirski’s film, THE RAPE OF RECYRead more.
Government opens Domestic Abuse Bill consultation
Today, on International Women’s Day, the Government has opened its consultation on the Domestic Abuse Bill to the public. TheRead more.
How can we all #PressForProgress on International Women’s Day?
In recent years we have seen a great deal of progress when it comes to tackling gender inequality inRead more.
Beauty Brands Support Event for Domestic Abuse Survivors
DAFNI and MissBeez partner with Hestia to host event with survivors of domestic abuse With International Women’s Day (8th March)Read more.
Restored joins the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign
Here in the UK, 1 in 4 women will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime, while 1 in 5 haveRead more.
February 2018: News Roundup
In the last month, we’ve welcomed new partners, marked Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week, attended a court hearingRead more.
Clear Thinking Scotland join the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign
In order to tackle domestic violence and sexual assault, we must engage people and organisations all throughout the UK. That’sRead more.
Hafan Cymru join the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign
Exciting news… We’re thrilled to announce that Hafan Cymru, the Wales-based registered housing association with charitable purpose, has joined theRead more.
This Valentine’s Day, Remember: Love Is Not An Excuse for Abuse
#LoveIsNotAnExcuse As one of our Twitter followers recently put it, love is not about flowers. Love is not about chocolates.Read more.