As part of #16DaysOfActivism we are sharing the #Enough campaign. Abuse takes many forms. It can be emotional, physical, sexual or financial. It can be words or actions. It's on all of us to demand change in society.
Abuse takes many forms. It can be emotional, physical, sexual or financial. It can be words or actions. It's on all of us to demand change in society.
The team have been busy this month as they have started Domestic Abuse Recovering Together (DART) training which is a new programme NIDAS will be delivering in the new year.
Through Domestic Abuse, Recovering Together (DART) children and mothers can talk to each other about domestic abuse, learn to communicate and rebuild their relationship.
We launched our #JoinTheTeam campaign which focuses on the importance of speaking out and breaking the silence around domestic abuse.
We are inviting you to #JoinTheTeam by making a pledge explaining why you believe it’s crucial to speak out against male violence against women.
#16Ways for #16DaysOfActivism
Throughout the 16 Days of Activism we will be sharing #16Ways men can take action against male violence against women. We are asking your business or organisation to get involved and support us by challenging harmful masculine norms that encourage violence among other men.
Why not #JoinTheTeam today + make a donation to help us support families affected by domestic abuse.
You can also download our QR poster to display in your workplace or organisation.
As part of #WhiteRibbonDay2022 and #16DaysOfActivism we have teamed up with Ashfield District Council who are hosting a variety of events to raise awareness of domestic abuse and housing support services in the local area.
It was great to see staff from @nottspolice and Ashfield Fire Service getting involved in our #JoinTheTeam campaign by pledging to help challenge violence against women and girls #WRUK22
Date: Wednesday 7th December 10am - 2pm Location: Vision West Nottinghamshire College Derby Road Campus, Derby Rd, Mansfield NG18 5BH