BWP recognises the value of Partnership, by working together with a range of experts to share knowledge, we will be able to make a difference to the families we support. Here are some of the Partners we support:
The Employers Initiative on Domestic Abuse (EIDA) are a growing network of employers that come from a wide variety of sectors, working collectively to take action on domestic abuse.
EIDA work with their members and partners to ensure every business is equipped with the tools they need to better support their employees affected by domestic abuse.
Only through greater awareness, relationship building and the sharing of best practice can we make a systematic change to the way domestic abuse is thought about and handled in the UK. We believe that every employer plays an important part in that.
When employers demonstrate that they are aware of domestic abuse and make staff aware of the services that are available, this can help to reduce the wall of silence about domestic abuse that prevents many from seeking help.
Hestia support adults and children in times of crisis. They deliver services across London and the surrounding regions, as well as campaign and advocate nationally on the issues that affect the people they work with. This includes victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people.
Hestia are the home of UK SAYS NO MORE, bringing together a diverse coalition of individuals, charities, businesses and public sector organisations to campaign for an end to domestic abuse and sexual violence.
Hestia’s “Everyone’s Business” works with employers so that they can provide information, resources and practical guidance to employees who have experienced domestic abuse. When employers take action and respond to domestic abuse we know it saves lives.
Bright Sky is a mobile app and website for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or who is worried about someone else.
The Consent Coalition is a group of organisations within Nottingham who are working together to raise awareness of the importance of consent, banish myths about rape and sexual violence, and encourage survivors to access support and report any sexual violence. The Consent Coalition stands together to say that Nottingham does not tolerate any form of sexual violence.
The Topaz Centre SARC offers free support and practical help to anyone in Nottinghamshire who has experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse.
If you would like to speak to someone, we are available on 0800 085 9993 or you can send us a email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our services help children who’ve been abused, protect children at risk and find the best ways to prevent child abuse from ever happening.
As part of our fight for every childhood, we work directly with children and families in our service centres across the UK and Channel Islands and give support to thousands of adults and young people in need through the NSPCC helpline and Childline.
We work with schools up and down the country through our Speak Out Stay Safe programme, helping children to keep themselves safe.
And our projects such as Together for Childhood help children who’ve experienced abuse, support parents, and work to transform the way communities come together to prevent child cruelty.
PANTS (The Underwear Rule): With the help of the friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, Talk PANTS is a simple conversation to help keep your child safe from sexual abuse. Find out more…
A group of Nottingham women who came together while receiving support for their experience of domestic abuse are encouraging others to join them as they walk to raise awareness this May. The women from across Broxtowe, who name themselves the Wellbeing Warriors, are encouraging people across the Borough to join in, and pledge the miles … Continue reading Broxtowe women walk to support others affected by Domestic Abuse
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