Written by Catch22 Last year Catch22 Victim Services raised awareness of the 16 Days of Action against Gender Based Violence with the theme ‘End Gender Based Violence in the World of Work’. The campaign focused on what employers can do
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
Whilst movements have gained traction around the issue of sexual violence, one area that rarely comes to light, but happens to day to day, is the issue of sexual violence and modern slavery.
You’d be hard pressed to open a newspaper today without someone in a position of power and in the public eye having allegations of sexual violence made against them. Bringing sexual violence to the forefront in part thanks to collective
Written by Kate Varah, Executive Director of The Old Vic This blog post originally appeared on Kate Varah’s LinkedIn page Writing this mid-air on a flight back from New York where we’ve been at the opening of GIRL FROM THE
Written by Ruth Atkinson, Project Manager, AVA (Against Violence & Abuse) Women living with disability are twice as likely to suffer abuse than non-disabled women. They also generally suffer abuse for longer periods of time. Whether or not this comes as
The mission of Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is to raise awareness of and transform responses to economic abuse. We want society to understand what economic abuse is, how to recognise it within the context of domestic violence and what individuals
Written by Melissa Morbeck of The Corporate Alliance Against Domestic Violence Age is a funny thing – there is a certain perspective and calmness that washes over my work and my life, allowing me to see the ups and downs,
Stay Safe Global is working with UK SAYS NO MORE to help end domestic abuse and sexual violence. Harassment, controlling behaviour and domestic violence are global issues and, with thousands of victims losing their lives each year, we need to