NOTT on Our Watch

Our new campaign will break down barriers to reporting Domestic Abuse

Through our NOTT On Our Watch campaign, Broxtowe Women’s Project is working to better understand the experiences, challenges, and actions facing people experiencing Domestic Abuse.

Working with survivors of Domestic Abuse, their families and Nottinghamshire Police, BWP is seeking to understand why many people do not approach the police for help, or report abuse.

But we want people throughout Nottinghamshire to join our campaign, to say it loud:

“Domestic Abuse – NOTT ON OUR WATCH”

Look out for posters around Broxtowe this week, and donate any amount you can afford to help us reach this common goal.

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