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Women’s Aid Campaign Champions support our national campaigns on a local level, give survivors of domestic violence a voice and help to ensure that politicians and other key decision makers are listening.

How does it work?

Every campaign we run has actions for our Campaign Champions. Depending on how much time you have to give you might sign a petition, send a tweet, set up a meeting with your MP to raise awareness or secure local media coverage. We send you all the information you might need – just click below to go to our signup form.

Become a Campaign Champion

“Campaigning has empowered me. Knowing that my voice is heard in the political sphere when I have spoken at Parliamentary events and at an APPG meeting, it’s important for me to know that my experiences will help other survivors and shape future legislation and service provision.”

– Survivor and Women’s Aid campaigner

Latest actions

Campaigning Action: Call on your newly elected MP to prioritise domestic abuse in the new parliament

As our newly elected MPs take their seats in parliament we must remind them how vital it is to work together to improve support for survivors and their children.  We cannot wait any longer to see the life-saving legislation we have been promised for so long, and we must keep up the pressure on government to deliver.

Action: write to your MP asking them to prioritise survivors of domestic abuse in the new parliament and to join the APPG on Domestic Violence and Abuse.

Template letter available here.

Campaigning Action: Sign London Black Women’s Project’s petition asking Newham Council to reverse their decision to stop funding their refuges

One of our life-saving member services, London Black Women’s Project has been supporting black and minoritised women and their children affected by violence against women and girls in London for over 32 years. In June they received the news that they had lost local authority funding for their refuge accommodation in Newham. Help us stand in solidarity with London Black Women’s Project in their campaign to reverse this damaging decision:

Sign London Black Women’s Project’s petition asking Newham Council to reverse their decision to stop funding their refuges.

Campaigning Action: Spread the Word – Opportunities to become an Ask Me Community Ambassador

Communities are often the first to know about domestic abuse. But lack of understanding and confidence can make people afraid to talk about it. Our Ask Me projects are creating teams of Community Ambassadors to raise awareness of domestic abuse and create safe environments so that survivors feel able to speak out.

Ask Me projects are now being rolled all over the country – find out if the project is in your local area by looking at the list at the end of this email. You can contact the local coordinator to sign up to become a Community Ambassador, or to help spread the word about this exciting project!

Visit the Ask Me webpage here.

Tools and Resources

Campaign Champion Toolkit

Campaigners and activists drive progress and make history. Our toolkit provides advice on getting started with your campaign, who to target, talking to the media, staying safe, and has lots of top tips too.

Starting a campaign can be daunting. Begin with clear actions and celebrate your successes!

Campaign Champion Toolkit

Toolkit for your local MP

Women’s Aid has created a toolkit for MPs constituency offices to help them to identify and support survivors of domestic abuse that might come to them for help.

Can you post this toolkit to your local MPs office, drop some copies in or email them over? Find your local MP using this website.

Toolkit for your local MP

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