"It turns my stomach that anyone in a close relationship would subject a partner to physical, psychological or any other type of abuse. I wear the white ribbon every working day as a mark of personal commitment to do all I personally can to eradicate violence against women."1
Wearing a white ribbon is a way of displaying your personal pledge to never commit condone or remain silent about violence against women. Order (or make) one today and wear it.
So that more people see the ribbon you could:
You can order white ribbons and other merchandise from the UK White Ribbon Campaign
1. Davie Flynn, Superintendent, Stirling Area Commander of the Central Scotland Police
"Violence against women continues to persist as one of the most heinous, systematic and prevalent human rights abuses in the world." Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General, 2007