White Ribbon 30 Years

The White Ribbon Campaign is a global movement to end male violence against women. It was formed by a group of men in 1991 in Canada responding to the brutal massacre of 14 female students, to send out the message that male violence against women in all its forms, is unacceptable. In Northern Ireland the…

Become A Safe Place

Safe Place is a simple way for organisations to provide information and signposting to anyone affected by domestic abuse Join us, become a Safe Place and help us raise awareness about domestic abuse and the range of support services available. Support the pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about domestic abuse Acknowledge domestic…

Older But No Safer

Join us online on World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Monday 15th June for Women’s Aid ABCLN Older But No Safer campaign to raise awareness and call for greater protection for older women affected by domestic abuse. Read our World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Press Release here. Older But No Safer Campaign Today on World Elder…

Ulster Orchestra

With the generous, long-term support of JTI, Women’s Aid ABCLN, Causeway Media Solutions and Ulster Orchestra have collaborated to produce a series of short films. Each is inspired and created by women living with domestic abuse to highlight the issues that pervade their lives. In My House In My House follows the deterioration of a…

Policy and Legislation

January 2021 Domestic Abuse and Family Proceeding Bill Women’s Aid ABCLN welcomes the Domestic Abuse and Family Proceeding Bill reaching the final stage before the Assembly. Victims and survivors of domestic violence and abuse in Northern Ireland have awaited too long for coercive control to become an offence, We are behind the rest of the…

Locked Inside

Home is not safe for women and children living with domestic abusers in lockdown. Please donate now to help Women’s Aid ABCLN support women who are #LockedInside with domestic abusers. There have been four domestic homicides in Northern Ireland since the Covid-19 lockdown began. PSNI have received almost 2,000 domestic abuse calls over three weeks during the lockdown. Your…