Education and public awareness
Working with schools, youth groups, local communities and even football clubs, we believe everyone can play a role in ending domestic abuse.
Expect Respect Healthy Relationships Toolkit
Women’s Aid is working in partnership with Yves Saint Laurent Beauty to educate children and young people about intimate partner violence (IPV), with its commitment of reaching the global goal to educate 2 million people by 2030 through the Abuse is Not Love campaign.
The Expect Respect Healthy Relationship Toolkit produced by Women’s Aid is a prevention toolkit to hold conversations on the root causes that lead to violence, as well as educating children and young people on gender-based violence. Designed for schools, it is also freely available to download and can be used by professionals working with children and young people.
Current awareness raising campaigns.
We want more people to understand to what domestic abuse is. Our public awareness raising campaigns aim to show that domestic abuse is a major social issue with a devastating impact. To learn more about our specific campaigns to change government policy, head to campaigning and influencing.
Previous raising awareness campaigns
Domestic abuse is a continuing major social issue and we are constantly working and campaigning to bring domestic abuse to an end.
Starting conversations in the community
We want tackling domestic abuse to be everyone’s business. Together we can create a society that no longer tolerates abuse.