We have been sent the following links on a report that has been carried out by Dr Sharon McDonnell, Managing Director of Suicide Bereavement UK and Honorary Research Fellow, University of Manchester. Please listen and share both the recording and the report widely, to help raise awareness of the difficulties those bereaved or affected by suicide face and the level of unmet need. Sharing the link to key resources will help address one of the government priorities ‘to provide b
This year’s lockdown measures have meant that many of us haven’t spent as much time out of the house. And yet, women and girls are still being subjected to sexual harassment – on the streets, in the work place, on public transport, in restaurants and bars – this is not OK. #16Days #EndVAWG @16Days_UK #16DaysNCL #StreetHarassment #Harassment #WIS #ShoutUp! @ShoutUp_NCL
Each day we raise our voices for women and girls who live in societies that oppress, abuse and kill us. Today is about raising awareness of coercive control. In 2017 NDAS partnered with Raw London to produce this video 'Control', an award winning video produced to raise awareness of controlling behaviour in young relationships. @16Days_UK Raw London You can watch the video here or on our website
White Ribbons Day is held on 25th of November each year and is also known as the International Day for the Eradication of Violence against Women and girls. It is a day to raise awareness and highlight the ongoing violence, abuse, fear and harassment that women and girls face everyday across the world. It also marks the start of The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. This is an annual international campaign that begins on the 25th of November and runs until the
International Day of Elimination of VAWG (Violence Against Women & Girls) Each day we raise our voices for women and girls who live in societies that oppress, abuse and kill us. Today we shout even louder to join in the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence. ‘I am not free while any women is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own’ (Audre Lord).