Spread The Word: Talk With Friends & Family

“A woman is more likely to be sexually assaulted than she is to get breast cancer. But, unlike cancer, sexual violence is rarely discussed. There is a stigma attached to sexual crime, the result of attitudes that lay the blame on the woman for the rape, not the perpetrator."

To end violence against women we need a culture change.

We need people to speak out and condemn it. So, one of the most important things you can do is to talk about it, especially to the uninitiated, unaware and unconvinced.

Unfortunately, sometimes these can be the people closest to us.

Here are some tips for talking about feminism and gender violence with the people you love:

1.   Own who you are. Be proud to share your beliefs with others.


2.   Be realistic. You can't change deep rooted values and ideals overnight. Be patient.


 

Your partner, family & friends are the closest people in your life, and it can be hard to accept if they don't agree with your values. 

 

Take a look at these articles that highlights some of the best appraches to introducing feminism into your relationships.

 

Everyday Feminism Magazine - Introducing Your Partner to Feminism

Everyday Feminism Magazine - Social Justice at Home

Aleksandra Nasteska - Tackling Sexism in Relationships

 

 

 

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Michael Flood UK Visit!

We were lucky enough to have Professor Michael Flood as one of our speakers at our second All Party Parliamentary Group, and to have him facilitate a workshop on building partnerships in engaging men in gender equality. Michael is a world renowned researcher on engaging men in violence prevention, and his visits to the UK are rare. We were also really excited to have Sam Smethers speaking - a strong advocate for engaging men in gender equality initiatives, and CEO of the Fa

New Accreditation - Oasis Academy Lister Park

We were delighted to present Oasis Academy Lister Park in Bradford, with the White Ribbon Accreditation plaque. The first Academy to be accredited in the North of England.
 
Our founder Chris Green OBE was in attendance, as well as our Sports Campaign Manager, Ikram Butt.
 
Rev. Steve Chalk, the founder of Oasis, commented, "I am delighted that Oasis Lister Park is contributing to the vital work of raising awareness of and eradicating violence against women & girls."

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Several global surveys suggest that half of all women who die from homicide are killed by their current or former husbands or partners.

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