If you have done some of the simple actions and you are interested in getting more involved, why not set up a local white ribbon group? This could take any form depending on your skills and experience and the local context.
You could start by trying to get a small group of interested men together to talk about the issue. You might want to begin by focusing on organising a local event together such as an activity involving men for the next 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence (25th November - 10th December).
Get in touch with us for help and suggestions on setting up a local group. We can put you in touch with other men who are already running local groups
The Chief Inspector of Constabulary produced a damning report on the Police's response to Domestic Abuse last week.
Assistant Chief Constable Rolfe, the Association of Chief Police Officers lead on Domestic Abuse mentioned to positive work on prevention which some forces, notably Sussex and Lancashire are undertaking with White Ribbon Campaign.
At least 32% of children, mostly girls, experience some form of child sexual abuse.