" "As men we need to stand up to violence against women and say No, I pledge
> to never Commit, Condone or be Silent about violence against women and I
> urge others to follow. We must work together to end a culture that accepts
> this behaviour and make women feel safe and free from ill treatment, as the
> younger generation we must stamp out these actions within our society."
Amir Khan,WBA World light welterweight champion
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This affecting memoir focuses on the lives of two women, Dotey and her daughter Jess,set in small small town Devonshire in the 1960s, where domestic violence was not a topic ever discussed. There are no refuges or support groups and the police refuse to attend when Jess's mother Dotey is attacked by her father Jack, saying they cannot interfere between husband and wife. Cricket - Parliamentary X1 v White Ribbon 11 When: 4th September 2016 Where: Headingly, Leeds
Cricket - Parliamentary X1 v White Ribbon 11
When: 4th September 2016
Where: Headingly, Leeds
Around 85% of forced marriage victims are women in the UK.