News and updates from the Welsh Government and other partners.
A campaign which urges people to take action if they suspect a friend or family members is being subjected to domestic abuse will be shown on television from today.
Communities Secretary Carl Sargeant today reiterated his commitment to tackling Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual violence ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
The Welsh Government has launched a new campaign today asking people to make a stand against violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence.
A new National Strategy setting out how the Welsh Government will continue to tackle Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence has been published for consultation.
Communities and Children Secretary Carl Sargeant today reiterated his commitment to tackling Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence.
A new phase of the Welsh Government’s Live Fear Free campaign aims to encourage people who have suffered sexual abuse to seek the help they deserve.
Educating young people on the various aspects of Domestic Abuse is the aim of a new information leaflet produced as part of the Welsh Government’s Live Fear Free campaign.
Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews will emphasise his commitment to tackling violence against women at three separate events today.
The Welsh Government has awarded an extra £1.24 million to be shared amongst fourteen domestic abuse projects across Wales.
Guidance to help public services in Wales to train their staff to recognise signs of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence has today been published for consultation, by Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews.
Public Services Minister Leighton Andrews has announced that Rhian Bowen-Davies has been appointed as Wales’ first National Adviser for Violence against Women and other forms of Gender-based Violence, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence.
The next phase of the Live Fear Free campaign launches today highlighting the need for people to speak up if they suspect that a friend, family member or colleague is a victim of domestic abuse.
The 10,000 Safer Lives Project, aiming to improve the multi-agency response to victims of domestic abuse in Wales, has exceeded its target.
Find out how to spot the signs and symptoms and support someone in need of help.