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
Merton Council is saying NO MORE to domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Saturday 25th November marks Day 1 of 16 Days of Activism 2017 – join us in saying NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault. What is 16 Days of Activism? 16 Days of Activism is an international time
We’re so excited to welcome Chayn as a partner of the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign, and to showcase their work to empower women worldwide by leveraging technology. Find out more about them: About Chayn Chayn is a global, volunteer-run charity
Imagine this: you’re scared of the dark and you remain scared of the dark until adulthood. Why? Because bad things happen when the lights go out. It took me a while to acknowledge and accept this, to underpin and address
Join us during 16 Days of Activism and say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault. What is 16 Days of Activism? 16 Days of Activism is an international time between 25th November and the 10th December to galvanise action