#DontJudgeMe in partnership with the National Justice Museum
As part of the run up to IWD, BWP are running a joint project, “Don’t Judge Me” with the National Justice Museum, based at at Nottingham’s historic Shire Hall and County Gaol. The project’s aim is to raise awareness of Domestic Abuse & Violence and address the stigmas surrounding it, and to provide a platform for survivors to express themselves in the run up to IWD.
BWP & the NJM will host an exhibition later in 2021 to raise awareness of Domestic Abuse & Violence and address the stigmas surrounding it. We all can play our own role in supporting those affected by domestic abuse, ultimately with the end goal to end abuse.
This exhibition had been due to open February 2021 up to IWD, but has been delayed due to the National Lockdown.
Find out more about how this project came about from BWP Trustee Sarah Hartshorne and what can be gained in working in this unique way for a domestic abuse charity.
The NJM inspire people of all ages to become active citizens. They do this through fun and engaging activities, exhibitions and educational programmes relating to law and justice.