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28 October 2014
Fife launch their White Ribbon Webpage!

Fife Domestic and Sexual Abuse Partnership in conjunction with White Ribbon Scotland, announce the launch of White Ribbon Fife webpage.

The White Ribbon Campaign seeks to end Violence Against Women, encouraging men to wear a white ribbon badge in show of their support.  The campaign runs in over 70 countries world-wide with Fife Council actively working with White Ribbon Scotland to gain White Ribbon Fife status in Fife.

As Kenny Selbie, the Chair of the White Ribbon Fife Steering Group explains:

 “The launch of the White Ribbon Fife webpage is a significant step in our progress toward gaining White Ribbon status.  It provides an easy way for all people in Fife to connect with the campaign, sign up and pledge their support.  

Violence against women is harmful to individuals, their families and to society as a whole.  We want to support men and women to challenge and change attitudes and stereotypes that enable violence against women to thrive.

I would urge members of the public to access the website, make a pledge and join us in supporting the campaign to end violence against women in Fife.”  

To help show support in your local community;
take a pledge to ‘never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women.’ and;
wear a white ribbon as a public demonstration of your support 
Other activities in Fife include: 
Join a Speakers Network - White Ribbon Scotland offer training to men to give the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to hold workshops, deliver presentations, or promote the campaign through social media.
Get involved in 'I'm Not That Lad' Campaign – students can support the campaign to end sexism and gender based violence on campus (
Volunteer to be an Ambassador and highlight white ribbon campaign within your workplace or organisation, sports club, trade union, school or college.
Women are asked to support the campaign in the same ways including speaking to men and boys about the issue



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