As well as bringing together nonprofit, corporate and government organisations as partners of UK SAYS NO MORE, the campaign also works with individuals and organisations working in the arts. Everyone can bring something entirely different to the campaign, and raise awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault through a myriad of outlets.

Awareness raising around domestic violence and sexual assault can be done in so many ways, and we appreciate the creative ideas which our partners bring to the conversation.

Of our partners in the arts, we ask them to take the pledge, to endorse and promote the campaign and ultimately to take a stand against domestic violence and sexual assault.

Felicity Okolo

Felicity Okolo is an inspirational empowerment coach, who has done extensive work with Hestia’s peer-led Butterfly Group. Felicity is using YouTube to reach an international audience, following her successful book. Watch her latest video below, in which she discusses the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign with Lyndsey Dearlove, VAWG Partnership Manager at Hestia.

Candice Bertram

An author ready to talk about the difficult areas of life. Her novel, The Life He Chose, is a captivating story inspired by Candice’s brother’s death in 2007, who lost his life to knife crime. Candice’s upcoming book features a protagonist who is a victim of domestic abuse. We’re really looking forward to its launch!



Women Rise

Women Rise is a community project that gives local women the chance to debate and learn about the issue of safety of women in Haringey through exciting Women Rise events involving actors, theatre and debate. Find out more about the Women Rise project and its facilitator Jacksons Lane over on our blog.


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The JAM Network is a collective of creatives, academics, businesses and NGOs working to end modern slavery and human trafficking.

Find out more about The Jam Network.

Interested in becoming a partner of UK SAYS NO MORE?

Please get in touch with Lyndsey Dearlove, VAWG Partnership Manager, by email or by phone at 020 7378 3170.