Kat Araniello is the Founder and chairwoman of the #Metoo forum for women working in the city and a UK SAYS NO MORE Ambassador.
Incidences of coercive control are prevalent but wider understanding of what it is and how it manifests is often little understood. UK SAYS NO MORE’s contributor, Simran Dhillon breaks it down for us: In the last month, coercive control has been discussed frequently.
This post was written by All of the No. Below, going into honest details, she takes us through the various ways in which her ex-partner subjected her to an abusive relationship. Until now I’ve been a little vague of what
Hannah Moss, Founder and Artistic Director of On The Run theatre, shares the inspiration and motivation behind her piece, Everything I Didn’t Say, exploring coercive control and abuse, in an exclusive blog for UK SAYS NO MORE: Everything I Didn’t
Paws Protect and Freedom Project, part of Cats Protection and Dogs Trust, offer pet fostering services for those fleeing domestic abuse.
Shivani, Caseworker for Victim First reflects on a form of domestic abuse known as controlling or coercive behaviour.
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On Monday 23 April, Victoria Derbyshire is dedicating the entirety of her live show to talking about domestic abuse, with a particular focus on refuges. This is a brilliant opportunity to bring the issue into the public eye, and will break down some of
Last year, as allegations of sexual harassment, abuse and assault gripped the world and made headline news, an opportunity arose. For years, survivors of such atrocities have been working to no end to ensure that these allegations are taken seriously,
Mainstream TV has the power to encourage survivors of violence to seek support If the tumultuous past year has taught us anything, it’s that in order to begin to fix an issue, we must first bring it to the attention