If these campaigns raise some personal concerns that you or someone you know are experiencing domestic abuse or sexual violence, please call the free, confidential Helpline on 0808 80 10 800.
This film raises awareness of, and fights for cultural change on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in Wales by capturing young people’s voices and views on this issue to support intergenerational conversations within a range of different communities and contexts.
For this campaign we have engaged with individuals working in sexual violence services and their service users to try and encourage others who have not yet sought support and advice to do so.
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.
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.
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.
Making a stand was the call to action to people across Wales to make a stand against domestic abuse, sexual violence and violence against women.
Signs of domestic abuse can often go unnoticed for months, even many years. Often, what the victim sees is not what concerned friends and relatives see.
Students at Universities across Wales were asked to give Respect in this campaign.
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.
16% of men in England and Wales will be victims of domestic abuse at some point in their lives.
In February 2014 the Welsh Government launched the first ever Anti-Slavery TV advertisement in the UK. The advertisement was screened on ITV Wales, S4C and On Demand.
In 2012 and 2013 we ran campaigns to coincide with major sporting events.
The Stop Blame campaign ran in December 2010 with the aim of dispelling the myth that victims of rape or assault are in any way responsible for the crime that they suffer.