White Ribbon


25 November 2011

White Ribbon Day, 25 November, is the international day when people wear a white ribbon to show that they do not condone violence towards women.

In this country most violence by men against women takes place in the home - with an average of 14 women a year killed by their partners or ex-partners.

Each year there are over 3,500 convictions recorded against men for assaults on women and one in five women will experience sexual assault or sexual interference at some point in their lives.



These fabulous t-shirts are available and have a significant message anytime.

Order by email. For sizes and information, click here. 

Various White Ribbon resources for events are available direct from Families Commission.

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