Government news and campaigns
Violence Against Women and Girls: call for evidence
The Home Office continues to run a Call for Evidence which is seeking to collect views on crimes considered as violence against women and girls (VAWG). There are three weeks left until the consultation closes on 19th February.
The easiest way to respond and ensure that your views are taken into account is to respond to the online survey available for the general public.
Written submissions can also be sent to [email protected].
Please share the Call for Evidence with your networks and on your social channels, to ensure as many people as possible respond to the consultation.
COVID-19 Stay at Home messaging
Infection numbers are still high, and so is the pressure on the NHS. That is why it is so important that we all continue to follow the rules and stay at home.
Please share the communications products in the attached toolkit on your social channels and networks, tell people where to find information and start positive conversations about the importance of following the rules.
Ask for ANI codeword scheme
The Government launched the Ask for ANI codeword scheme with independent and Boots pharmacies on 14 January, to help victims of domestic abuse access support.
Thank you for your support to promote the launch so far. We have produced downloadable assets including posters and social media images and would appreciate any support to amplify the scheme on your social media channels, with your services and amongst your networks.
#SomethingsNotRight, #YouAreNotAlone and Community Safeguarding campaign materials
The Home Office is currently running a number of campaigns in response to the coronavirus pandemic.