Get Involved

How You Can Help…

  • take a pledge to ‘never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women’
  • wear a white ribbon as a public demonstration of your support

White Ribbon Speakers Training

If you are a professional working in prevention of violence against women, an education worker, a long-term campaigner or indeed any man that wants to play a part in ending violence against women and gender inequality, then you could become a valuable addition to the White Ribbon Scotland Campaign’s activists and support those already campaigning within Fife.

We want bring organisations and individuals together with a common goal of preventing violence against women. We will raise awareness of the issue and challenge the negative attitudes of those who condone or perpetrate violence. We will support men in the community to play their part within a recognised campaign - including as part of a speaker network or as positive role models

Voices are Louder when we Speak Together

Ways to Get Involved...

  • Join our Fife Speakers Network - White Ribbon Scotland offer training to men to give the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to hold workshops, deliver presentations, or promote through social media....
  • http://www.nusconnect.org.uk/news/article/women/A-New-Resource-from-Whit...)">'I'm Not That Lad' Campaign – students can support the campaign to end sexism and gender based violence on campus
  • Ambassadors are needed to highlight white ribbon within sports clubs, trade unions, schools and workplaces 
  • Women are asked to support the campaign in the same ways including speaking to men and boys about the issue

 

For more information contact:

 

Fife Domestic and Sexual Abuse Partnership

FDASAP@fife.gov.uk or 01592 583690

 

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1 in 3 women across the world, will experience gendered violence at some point in their lives.

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