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
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
Merton Council is saying NO MORE to domestic abuse and sexual violence.
During an introduction to a City Eye Southampton Film Week screening of The Rape of Recy Taylor (Nancy Buirski 2017) at Solent University earlier this month, a brief exchange ensued about how we overcome the difficulty of starting conversations that address challenging
With our 16 Days 16 Films competition now well underway, we’re ecstatic to announce our latest partners in the arts, British Urban Film Festival and On Point Comms! We believe that the media – including films, TV and music –