Women's Aid Campaigns
Women's Aid campaigns on two levels: by running large scale public campaigns to raise awareness and change attitudes; and by working with and lobbying policy makers to make and keep survivors safe, and to end domestic violence in the future.
A national project training Schools Advocates who can build networks between local schools, specialist domestic violence services and Local Authorities to ensure that healthy relationships education is delivered responsibly and effectively.
Putting women and children at the heart of our work Women's Aid campaigns, lobbies and works with politicians and policy makers across the country to improve the lives of women and children survivors of domestic violence. Below are the main policy areas which we lobby on and information about recent briefings, consultation responses and other lobbying activity.
For information about any of our policy and lobbying work please contact Clare Laxton on email@example.com.
|Domestic Violence Law Reform|
We are calling for a new law that criminalises domestic violence.
|Latest Research and Briefings|
|Access to Justice|
|Meeting Women's Needs|
|Children and Young People|
|APPG on Domestic and Sexual Violence|
Women's Aid regularly runs campaigns to raise awareness of where to get help and change attitudes in society; and makes calls for public action. Below are our current campaigns you can get involved in.
For more information about supporting our work see How you can help us.
Women's Aid is bringing together football fans, clubs and players to relegate domestic violence. For good.
Women’s Aid challenges cinema-goers open their eyes to domestic violence through 'Blind Eye'
|CUT - the movie
Keira Knightley stars in our new domestic violence campaign, a hard-hitting film directed by award winning Joe wright.
A national campaign where male role models stand up and say that violence against women is unacceptable.
|Wall of Silence - add your selfie and support Women's Aid|
|Support our work|