The fund of £99,000 will be used towards accommodation in Salford for survivors of domestic abuse to help them find long term and safe housing.
Salford residents were being encouraged to discuss domestic violence today, as the #SittingRightWithYou campaign came to Salford.
Christmas has become a time of fear and dread. Last year Christmas day saw an increase of calls regarding domestic violence to the police- with 95 cases being reported.
This week is Anti-Bullying Week in the UK. The 12th-18th of November will be dedicated to raising awareness for bullying and how to combat it.
IN light of the Me Too campaign, which raised awareness about how women abused, Women’s aid Manchester have expressed their concerns about women being too scared to speak out about being a victim of domestic abuse.
A carer has quit her job with a home care agency in Cumbria over what she describes as “unacceptable” treatment […]
Three ex-footballers have today announced that they are forming the ‘Offside Trust’ as an independent body to support players and […]
A PICTURE of a ‘Respect’ sign shared by a Welsh football club to prevent abuse has been seen by millions […]