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Wales - This is me

Wales - This is me

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#Thisisme

Its time to challenge gender stereotypes and the THIS IS ME campaign starts that conversation.

The THIS IS ME campaign challenges gender stereotypes in Wales in a positive way and encourages conversations about gender.

Everyone in Wales deserves to live fear free of gender stereotypes - to be whoever they want to be and reach their full potential.

Join the conversation and help spread the message on Facebook and Twitter to help us build a Wales that challenges gender stereotypes, a Wales free of pressure to conform to these stereotypes, a Wales that celebrates #thisisme

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Our previous campaigns

Our previous campaigns

Wales - Making a stand. What will you do?

Making a stand

Violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence should not, and will not, be tolerated in Wales. Society as a whole needs to make a stand, ensuring that perpetrators know their behavior will be challenged and that those experiencing abuse and violence have access to the help and support they need.

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Where's the line?

Where's the line?

There’s a thin line between a caring partner and a controlling one. It can be hard to know where that line is, and even harder to know the right thing to do when you see it being crossed.

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Does it still haunt you?

Does it still haunt you?

Sexual abuse which happened in the past can still affect you today; in your life, your work and your relationships. It might have happened yesterday, 5 years ago or 40 years ago. The feelings rarely change.

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Think you know what domestic abuse looks like?

Think you know what domestic abuse looks like?

It doesn’t have to be violence. Controlling someone’s life – what they eat, what they wear, who they talk to, where they go – is abuse.

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Think you know what’s happening on your street?

Think you know what’s happening on your street?

More than 47,000 incidents of domestic abuse were reported to the police in Wales last year, though the number of actual victims is believed to be much higher.

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Male Victims of Abuse

Male Victims of Abuse

Although women are disproportionally affected by domestic abuse, men can be victims of abuse as well. One of the biggest challenges facing men is finding the courage to talk about their abuse.

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Can you see what we see?

Can you see what we see?

This campaign focused on the signs and symptoms of domestic abuse and how this affects the family. This was a TV campaign which ran Christmas 2012, Christmas 2013 and Christmas 2014.

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Protecting Children

Protecting Children

This campaign raised the issue of children being the silent victims of domestic abuse showing how domestic abuse can affect children in their relationships with their peers.

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About Live Fear Free

Live Fear Free is a Welsh Government website, providing information and advice for those suffering with violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

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