Last updated:
24 October 2017

Local and national campaigns and strategies for domestic abuse

Find out what is happening locally and nationally to protect victims of domestic abuse.

Domestic and sexual violence strategy in West Sussex

West Sussex 2020 Vision is the cross-agency strategy for domestic and sexual violence services across West Sussex.

Find out more about the West Sussex 2020 Vision (external link)

Sponsored by the West Sussex Domestic/Sexual Violence Strategic Board (WSDSVB), the 2020 Vision has been shaped by over 100 different organisations and agencies and a dedicated user network via a series of 'Think Tanks'.

These continue by popular demand bi-annually to discuss the progress of implementation and also to inspire creative thinking and identify opportunities for joint working and best practice.

White Ribbon Campaign

The White Ribbon Campaign is the largest effort to end domestic violence against women.

White Ribbon Day is 25 November, a date officially recognised by the UN as International Day for the Eradication of Violence Against Women. Wearing a white ribbon is a personal pledge never to condone, commit or remain silent about domestic abuse.

 

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