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We provide training and information workshops to engage men in our work and give them the skills to stand up to violence against women.

Our training includes the opportunity to become a local speakers and support on public speaking. We also provide training for organisations, local community groups, colleges and schools to help men understand the issues and their role.  Read More >>


Most men in Scotland are not violent towards women, but many of us ignore the problem, or see it as something that has nothing to do with us. A simple first step you can take is to sign our personal pledge.

I pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about men's violence against women.



Tavish Scott, MSP

Violence against women should have no place in modern Scotland. But it is not just the perpetrators of the violence who are at fault. Those who have been turning a blind eye must now tackle this issue. I hope that White Ribbon Scotland will win widespread support so that its message is heard across Scotland.

Tavish Scott, MSP
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'Breaking The Silence' - St John's Episcopal Church, Perth, 22nd November

White Ribbon Scotland looks forward to participating in this event hosted by the International Anglican Women's Network and the Mother's Union, to mark the 16 Days of Action to End Violence Against Women.


The event will be taking place at St John's Episcopal Church in Perth on 22nd November, with members of the local church community, violence against women partnership and the White Ribbon Scotland campaign presenting an interactive session.



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In 2011-12, 81% of recorded domestic abuse incidents were violence against a woman committed by a man.

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