The paramount importance of media representation for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence cannot be underestimated. To see stories of abuse and violence told with integrity, truth and accuracy can be cathartic for those who have endured similar horrors.
On Monday 23 April, Victoria Derbyshire is dedicating the entirety of her live show to talking about domestic abuse, with a particular focus on refuges. This is a brilliant opportunity to bring the issue into the public eye, and will break down some of
Mainstream TV has the power to encourage survivors of violence to seek support If the tumultuous past year has taught us anything, it’s that in order to begin to fix an issue, we must first bring it to the attention
2017 was the year that the conversation started. As disheartening as it may be, it’s unfortunately not a massive shock that in 2017 we’re still having to tell people that sexual violence is not OK. That sexual assault is not
On International Women’s Day, we are so pleased to announce that Transcendent Media Capital have joined Hestia and UK SAYS NO MORE as an official partner. About Transcendent Media Capital Transcendent Media Capital Ltd is a global media production and
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
As the flame extinguishes in Rio after Team GB’s most successful Olympics ever, the media coverage of the games is far from winning gold. Over the course of the two week games, celebrations and success have dominated the headlines as
Since launching the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign in May 2016, we’ve had coverage from a range of outlets. We’re so pleased that the UK SAYS NO MORE PSA videos and campaign message have traveled wide and far, raising awareness of domestic violence