Events 2021

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ORGANISE AN EVENT

This year as part of the White Ribbon Campaign, rather than focus on our traditional White Ribbon events, we want to collect stories of change to help shine a light on what works in violence prevention in our communities. We know there are many people who have really inspiring stories of change and redemption that could help people who are currently trapped in abusive, violent and unhealthy relationships. We want to know how they’ve coped, where they got the support, and the tools that helped to change their situation. We want to hear from both former perpetrators and survivors.

We want to make it as easy as possible to take part, so there are a range of ways people can get involved and share their stories. One of these is that our White Ribbon Riders are travelling the country and will collect stories in person, so people can attend a local hui and take part that way. For schools, while we will utilise this theme, it is not appropriate to solely focus on collecting stories of change from students, but rather focus on the tools that support healthy masculinity and respectful relationships.

Events can take place at any time of the year, and don;t need to follow our suggestion, but if you can collect stories of change that would be amazing. We would love to know what you are organising. You don’t require our permission to hold an event, but it is really helpful to know what is occurring and to be able to publicise the event.

 

You can find out more about this year’s campaign here.

 

Tell us about your event

 

Download ‘What your organisation can do to support White Ribbon’s campaign to
Prevent Men’s Violence Towards Women’.

 

 

 

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