23rd November 2021 | Lieutenancy News

16 DAYS OF ACTION TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND WHITE RIBBON DAY 2021!

On White Ribbon Day Thursday 25 November, and the 16 days to end violence against women that follow, we are being asked in our communities, organisations and workplaces, to come together, and say ‘no’ to violence against women.

Because of thousands of people like us we will be able to get the message out that men’s violence against women and girls must end. And that all men can make a difference. #AllMenCan is the leading message this year. It was developed in March when the murder of Sarah Everard brought women’s experience of men’s violence to the forefront of everyone’s minds. It also opened up so many conversations about men taking action and making a stand. As we move towards the end of the year we want as many men as possible to think carefully and make the White Ribbon Promise to never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence against women.

Please help us reach as many individuals, workplaces, communities and schools as we can. You can download some resources below or here. And buy ribbons, t shirts and many more items in the online shop here.

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