Campaign with us

We use our campaigning to give a voice to survivors of domestic abuse and to influence real policy change. All of our campaigning work is influenced by what survivors and services tell us they want to see change.

Support from survivors of domestic abuse, organisations and the public is vital to ensure our campaigns achieve success.

Our current campaigns

General Election 2024

Women’s Aid’s manifesto for the 2024 General Election calls for the national prioritisation of domestic abuse and other forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG), and for political parties to pledge their commitment to our three key pillars.

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Come Together To End Domestic Abuse 

Come Together to End Domestic Abuse is our 50th birthday campaign. Support our campaign. Let’s #EndAbuseTogether.

SOS – Save Refuges, Save Lives

We are fighting for a sustainable funding solution for life-saving refuges. Help us call on the government to Save Our Services by adding your voice to the campaign.

Child First: Safe child contact saves lives

Help us stop avoidable child deaths and put children first in the family courts. Join our Child First campaign today and help us to ensure that children are put at the heart of contact decisions made by the family courts.

Right to Vote campaign

Women’s Aid are working with survivor and campaigner Mehala to ensure that all survivors of domestic abuse are able to register to vote anonymously. Sign our petition to ensure survivors of domestic abuse do not lose their right to vote.

Campaign Successes

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Deserve To Be Heard

In September 2021, we launched our flagship campaign, Deserve To Be Heard. Alongside survivors, our federation members, parliamentary champions, and community campaigners, we have raised awareness of the devastating impact of domestic abuse on the mental health of women and children and worked to secure a more supportive policy environment and funding for essential mental health support.

Domestic Abuse Act

Four years after the domestic abuse bill was first promised in the Queen’s Speech, it finally became law on 30th April 2021. Women’s Aid pays tribute to the many survivors, campaigners and domestic abuse organisations who have made this new law possible.

Want to get more involved? 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. Join us.

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