The DAVAWP Song Writing Competition 2015
The DAVAWP Song Writing Competition was launched in August and ran until 10th December when the DAVAWP in partnership with Oasis Youth Centre organised an anti-violence concert.
The competition winners were:
1. Clara Stevenson with Bring the Night
2. Alix Adair with Asking for It
3. Kurupi with Fight It Out
The young musicians managed to create very powerful songs with deep and thoughtful messages.
To listen to the finalists, click on the titles above.
The Picture Showes from the left Jim Thomson - Community Engagement Worker Queen of the South Football Club, Alix Adair, Kate Kyle , Clara Stevenson and Davey Thompson White Ribbon Scotland
St Joseph's College
St Joseph’s College Students Support Local Campaign against Domestic Abuse and all other Forms of Gender Based Violence The Sociology Students at St Joseph’s College have given their support to the local White Ribbon Campaign which is being co-ordinated by the Domestic Abuse and Violence Against Women Partnership (DAVAWP). Following an input from the DAVAWP on Domestic Abuse and other forms of Gender Based Violence, the Students further researched the issues discussed as well as the aims of the White Ribbon Campaign and decided to have a stall at the school with awareness raising materials for a week. As a result, 161 new supporters (148 Students, 12 teachers and 1 Parent) joined the local White Ribbon Campaign and signed the pledge “to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women in all its forms”