It's not always easy to spot the signs of domestic abuse, which is why Broxtowe Women's Project feel so strongly about making sure businesses know what to look out for.
Most people think domestic abuse is is violent o... Read more
One of our Outreach Officers, Justine, is leading on wellbeing within the team and discusses the relationship between mental health and domestic abuse.
Research has shown that there is a definite link between experien... Read more
For many, stress at work is connected to coping with how much they have to do or clashes with colleagues, but have you ever considered that it could be the result of domestic abuse?
Home Office figures show that 75% o... Read more
Children and Young Person’s Therapist at Broxtowe Women's Project (BWP), Georgina Rolfe, talks us through the affects domestic abuse has on children.
We can all imagine the image that comes to mind, when we think ab... Read more
Domestic abuse can destroy lives, leaving physical and emotional scars. Those experiencing domestic abuse can find themselves isolated from friends and family and lose their independence. It can take many forms, not just... Read more
Never commit, excuse or remain silent about male violence towards women.
November 25th is the International Day for the elimination of violence against women, also known as White Ribbon Day. Men throughout the world are... Read more
Last weekend I did something a little different… I joined a Women’s March! Reclaim the Night is a night for women to come together and protest against street harassment and all forms of men’s violence against women... Read more
Abusive fathers will use their children in a variety of different ways to perpetuate domestic abuse. Using children is highly effective as a way of exerting power and control over their intimate partners or former partners.