Fantastic to see Ikram Butt handing over a White Ribbon Plaque to his Holiness, Pope Francis.

 

White Ribbon Trophy 2016 - BARA vs. Italia

BARA to host a Mixed Ability exhibition game and to play against the Lega Italia Rugby Football League. 
The annual White Ribbon Trophy will be played between BARA and Italia at the Hunstlet Hawks Rubgy League Stadium. 
The event will take place on Saturday 28th May.

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Most men are not violent towards women, but many of us ignore the problem, or see it as something which doesn't have anything to do with us. We need to join women and women's organisations in taking action to end the problem.

Take a stand against violence now and sign our personal pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about men's violence against women.

You can pledge your support by clicking the link below.

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Peter Finch, Assistant Director of Employment Relations for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

CSP members see the effects of violence against women in their work in the NHS. Its an issue which affects us all, men and women, as individuals, in our communities, and for societies as a whole. The CSP is happy to support this campaign.

Peter Finch, Assistant Director of Employment Relations for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
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A public event on Saturday 6th August

A public event on Saturday 6th August at St Stephens Church, Redditch B97 4DY.  From 11 am to 3.30 pm. The event is open to everyone, but aimed at Victims and Survivors of abuse. (Domestic, childhood, bullying, neglect) etc.

She has a range of people coming along to provide information, advice and support at the event.  Guest speakers and survivors giving talks about their experiences. And there will be many therapeutic activities going on throughout the day.

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FACTS


More than 60 million women are "missing" from the world today as a result of sex-selective abortions and female infanticide (Amartya Sen, Nobel Laureate).

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