Amnesty International Campaign for human rights (Scottish Office).
Rape Crisis Scotland National rape crisis helpline and contacts for local rape crisis centres.
Scottish Women’s Aid Advice, support and safe accommodation for women and their children and details of local groups.
Women's Support Project A Glasgow-based voluntary organisation, which works on a range of violence against women issues and offers specialised services.
Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid Safe temporary refuge accommodation for primarily black and minority ethnic women and children.
Addresses the root causes of male violence against women and children with information about domestic abuse in Scotland, campaigns, and events.
Victim Support Scotland
Provides emotional support, practical help and essential information to victims, witnesses and others affected by violence.
End Violence Against Women A coalition of organisations and individuals campaigning to end all forms of violence against women. Lobbies the UK government to develop strategies and challenge the wider cultural attitudes which tolerate violence against women.
Child Women and Abuse Studies Unit (CWASU)
Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre (South Africa) A women's organisation with a specific focus on gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health and rights and the gendered nature of HIV and Aids.
Acid Survivors Foundation (Bangladesh)
Works to eliminate acid-throwing violence mainly perpetrated against women and involves men in advocacy and prevention work.
Men Can Stop Rape
Abused Men in Scotland (AMIS) is a national organisation aimed at supporting men who are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic abuse.
Scottish Men’s Aid
Resources, legal advice and support for men who have been victims of domestic abuse.
Men Stopping Violence
A group that works internationally to help men stop domestic violence and end unhealthy images about masculinity.
What you should know about Rape and Sexual Assault.
Men Can Stop Rape
Men working together to prevent rape and sexual violence by educating men about alternative actions they can take.
Focuses on training as a means to challenge and change men who are violent to women.
North Ayrshire Council. Launched the White Ribbon Scotland Campaign in North Ayrshire in May 2010 - a key driver behind this was the North Ayrshire Violence Against Women Partnership. The North Ayrshire White Ribbon Junior Football Initiative was succesfully launched in January 2011.
Scottish Junior Football Association The SJFA is a supporter of the White Ribbon Scotland campaign. Lent its backing to the North Ayrshire White Ribbon Junior Football initiative in North Ayrshire, and aims to support a nationwide roll-out of this campaign in the future.
Every week 2 women in the UK are killed by a current or ex partner