Every day, men are told how to act and behave in order to be “manly” and a “proper man”.
Men endure a barrage of expectations – how to deal with emotions, being able to tackle problems without help and not showing vulnerability. These societal beliefs aren’t usually headline news but a short advert by Gillette brought the topic to the fore.
Written by Marcus Wratten, Digital and Campaigns Assistant at Hestia. Every friendship group is the same. You’ve got your loved up friends, your happily single friends and your not-so-happily-single friends. You’ve got those who are just out of a relationship, those
In May this year, the UK SAYS NO MORE Charter on Prevention called for all businesses to take up their responsibility to end domestic abuse. We are delighted to announce the launch of ‘Everyone’s Business’, an initiative led by Hestia
We love books and creative writing which showcase work focusing on social issues,; these works bring our attention to stories that matter – those of hardship, injustice, change and revolution. We’re so pleased to be partnering with Retreat West Books,
It’s no surprise that developments in technology have revolutionised the way we carry out almost every aspect of our daily lives. From the first email being sent in the 1970s, the introduction of the World Wide Web in 1991, and
Recently we were delighted to be invited to chat to Alianne Looijenga who runs the PAVE podcast, which is a podcast for professionals working to end the violence against women and children. Alianne Looijenga is an international speaker motivating organizations to effectively
This week, charities across the UK are having donations doubled through The Big Give. London charity Hestia, home of the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign, share how specialist domestic abuse support is breaking the cycle of abuse, and why your
In 2018, we are excited to launch our Know More Podcast – a space to host discussions around domestic abuse and sexual violence and how we can all be part of the solution, hearing from survivors, practitioners and activists who