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Day 12 of 16 Days of Action – Loves me Loves me not

These bookmarks fold into credit card sized reminders of what a healthy relationship should feel like, aimed particularly at both young women and men,  Our Club has shared these produced by SI Central Birmingham, based on the Purple Tear Drop … Continued


Day 12 of 16 Days of Action – Forgotten 10 campaign

The Forgotten 10 Challenge   supports the innocent civilians, mostly women and children, caught up in conflicts around the world. Resources include a petition to your MP to stop the bombing of civilians. https://humanity-inclusion.org.uk/en/forgotten-10-challenge-resources?utm_source=Humanity%20%26%20Inclusion%20UK&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=10096539_2018-12-04%20GRA%20CLUBS%20AND%20SCHOOLS%20-%20F10%20starts&utm_content=f10%20resources&dm_i=QI4,60EJF,UKXOOM,NK7M5,1


Day 11 of 16 Days of Action – Myths about violence against women

Domestic abuse can happen to any women – there is a lot of false news about what it is and who it affects – read and this useful myth buster from a America to get the truth. http://www.domesticviolenceinfo.ca/article/myths-and-facts-about-domestic-abuse-195.asp





Christmas time in Kenilworth

It’s definitely the start of Christmas for our Club.   Our theme this year for the annual  Kenilworth Christmas Tree display held in St Nicholas Church as HOOP – President Anita’s international theme for her year.


Day 8 of 16 Days of Action – White Ribbon Campaign

The White Ribbon Campaign asks men to lead by example and engage with other men and boys to challenge male cultures that lead to harassment, abuse and violence. https://www.whiteribbon.org.uk/ We could all show this to our menfolk and get them to … Continued



Day 6 of 16 Days of Action – Doing nothing does harm

Doing nothing does harm – is the strapline from Our Watch End violence against women and their children, an Australian website. It gives some great tips on how to support and speak up in situations at work, socially or in … Continued