Don’t be a Bystander Campaign Cuts Domestic Violence in Wales

Saturday 28 April, 2018 Written by 
Don’t be a Bystander Campaign Cuts Domestic Violence in Wales

The ‘Don’t be a Bystander’ campaign aims to show how powerful a positive intervention can be for someone who is experiencing or who has experienced violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

The aim is to create a culture across Wales where people are empowered to actively help prevent violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

This campaign aims to encourage everyone in Wales to act; to do something when they are worried someone they know may be experiencing violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Wales will not stand by or accept violence against women, domestic abuse or sexual violence.

ABC Note: A great campaign the ABC fully supports. No one should have to live in fear in their own home.

For 24 hour advice and support call the Live Fear Free Helpline on 0808 80 10 800

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  • Comment Link Simon Collyer Saturday 28 April, 2018 posted by Simon Collyer

    Domestic violence is a horrible thing to have to live with. The Welsh Government are doing something about it thankfully.

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