We have reached the end of 16 Days of Activism 2019. However, the work doesn’t stop there. Let’s look at #WhatICanDo for the year ahead.
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.
All things considered, you’re a pretty awesome and supportive friend. But what happens if your friend tells you that they have been sexually assaulted?
We’re fighting for a world without domestic abuse, sexual violence, injustice and inequality. It’s a vision that all of our supporters, followers and partners share, and one that we hope will lead to greater respect, tolerance and acceptance. These three values
Kelly Henderson, Business Manager (Domestic Abuse) at Gentoo discusses the vital role of housing providers in supporting victims of domestic abuse. Gentoo are a housing association committed to tackling domestic abuse in our communities and in the workplace, and are a partner
We have another partner announcement – Advance have joined out ever growing family saying NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault. Our Services Our services are available for women aged 13+, living in Hammersmith, Fulham, Kensington, Chelsea, Westminster. A&E
We’re incredibly pleased to announce our friends in Manchester have joined our campaign to end domestic violence and sexual assault. Survivors Manchester aims to create and facilitate a safe space for male survivors of sexual abuse and rape to work through