women's aid

Jacob Rees-Mogg's decision to scrap video link parliament is leading to "unacceptable" and "discriminatory" demands, charities warn.
The police can only investigate when the public report domestic disturbances to them, and we all have a responsibility to do so, Women's Aid's Adina Claire writes
Labour MP Jess Phillips says female killings are 'an epidemic' and Theresa May must act.
Every single one of the 10 victims I met on a recent visit said they would be dead, and so would their children, if it hadn’t been for refuges
There are no beds for vulnerable families in the Prime Minister's constituency.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has made an emotional plea to the government to make sure no domestic violence victims are turned
'I’m standing on the shoulders of women who started the first refuges over 40 years ago.'
Every day, Katie Ghose is fighting vital yet virtually unknown battles which have the power to transform thousands of lives
I want to thank Women's Aid. I'm crying as I write this because if ever there was a definition of love, their organisation is the physical manifestation of it. We survived our situation because my father left and later married someone else. But many women have to flee or die.