This Saturday marked International White Ribbon Day
and the start of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) encourages Australians to seek the support of their GP or a family violence service if they are experiencing abuse or family violence, in recognition of White Ribbon Day
25 November 2017.
NORTH Wales Police will support White Ribbon Day
- the international day opposing violence against women - on November 25.
The campaign begins on White Ribbon Day
, Friday, November 25, the same day as the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
The 16 Days of Activism campaign, which started with White Ribbon Day
on November 25 and which ended earlier this month, exists exactly for this purpose.
The campaign includes marking of White Ribbon Day
for Elimination of Violence against Women, awareness activities throughout the province, media campaign, outdoor messaging in major cities of Peshawar, Abbotabad, Charsadda and Mardan.
The campaign runs from White Ribbon Day
on November 25 and ends on Human Rights Day on December 10.
Sunderland AFC is backing the White Ribbon Day
campaign - a global movement towards ending domestic violence and asking people to pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about domestic abuse.
Launched on White Ribbon Day
, which is inspired by the White Ribbon Pledge, with a UK base in Calderdale, the 16 days of action are to remind society of the impact of domestic abuse, and highlights the support that is available to those who suffer or witnesses domestic
White Ribbon New Zealand: " From the White Ribbon Riders in the South Island, let's celebrate White Ribbon Day
for the work that is being done to eliminate violence towards women.
WED 25 TODAY is White Ribbon Day
where men take a stand to stop domestic violence against women.
Angela Ivancevic will be a speaker at the White Ribbon Day
Breakfast on 25 November 2015 at the Starlight Room, Wests New Lamberton from 7am till 9am.