One of our biggest challenges is getting people to talk about violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence
In the past, domestic abuse was seen as a private matter between two people, with other people close to the situation often ignoring what was happening or excusing the abuse. However, abusing, controlling or coercing a partner or family member is against the law, and we have begun to realise that we can all play a part
Encouraging a deeper understanding is key to supporting people to seek help and empowering those around them to support them in appropriate ways.What is domestic abuse & sexual violence?
Telling women and children about Cyfannol Women’s Aid. We cannot help unless people know we are here.
Asking for our leaflets for yourself, your friends or your workplace and displaying them prominently.
Asking us to provide our Domestic Abuse Awareness training or give a talk in your workplace – you may be surprised by the things you will learn.
Connecting with us via Facebook and Twitter
Arranging fundraising events or sponsored activities
Find your local service’s office and contact details
Support us to help more women and children escape abuse
Read and download our leaflets to display in your workplace or community
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