“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." 
We want to have 5000 pledges by the end of 2010. Men pledged never to remain silent about violence against women, and to take action in whatever time they can spare.
To end violence against women we need a culture change. We need people to speak out about it and condemn it. So, one of the most important things you can do is to talk about it.
Some ideas on quick things to do to tell people about this campaign.
 New philanthropy capital (2008) Hard knock life – Violence against women: A guide for donorsand funders. npc. London
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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.
At least 80,000 women suffer rape every year in the UK