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16 Days of Action

We are taking part in the County-wide 16 days campaign for Gloucestershire, starting on the 25th November (International day for the elimination of violence against women) and ending on 10th December (Human rights day).  Campaign events are posted by http://www.glostakeastand.com/

Follow the campaign on twitter @GlosTakeaStand #16DaysofAction #OurCommunityAgainstDASV

Day 16 - Crimestoppers are an independent charity that gives people the power to speak up and stop crime, 100% anonymously. 

To report anonymously: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/forms/pre-form

Day 15 - Did you know 58% of abused women missed at least 3 days off work a month? Download the employers’ toolkit and help #EndTheCycle
https://www.bitc.org.uk/toolkit/domestic-abuse-toolkit/

Workplace


Day 14 - When no-one speaks out an abuser feels empowered and carries on. For information and support visit: http://www.glostakeastand.com

Day 13 - People rarely lie about rape or sexual abuse. Being believed helps to reduce barriers to accessing support and helps someone to start their healing journey.  Visit http://bit.ly/survivorpathSW for tips on good practise

Day 12 - For information and support visit: https://www.gdass.org.uk/

LBGQT

Day 11 - Friends and family can be extremely helpful in supporting a loved one that has witnessed or endured domestic abuse. For tips on how to approach the conversation visit: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/the-survivors-handbook/im-worried-about-someone-else/

Day 10 - Anyone who has experienced rape, sexual assault or abuse needs to be involved in decisions about what happens next and be informed enough to make their own choices http://bit.ly/survivorpathSW

The Survivor Pathway

Day 9 - If you see or hear something that doesn’t sound right, trust your instincts. If you believe someone is in danger call the police. You can also report non-emergencies online http://bit.ly/ReportDomesticAbuse

Day 8 - Young People aged 13-19 experience some of the highest levels of domestic abuse. The Hideout is a space to help young people understand abuse and how to take action if it’s happening to them http://thehideout.org.uk/


Our community against Domestic abuse and Sexual violence

Published: Wed 11th December 2019 @ 21:20 - Back to campaigns...