Bournemouth University appeal for people to donate Easter eggs for the less fortunate.
An event that will be hosted in Bournemouth in aid of the Julia House Charity about self-improvement and ways to make 2017 the best year.
An insight into some facts and figures of domestic violence and domestic violence.
According to the Office for National statistics (2015), 2 women are killed every week through domestic abuse and 1 in 4 women in England and Wales experience domestic abuse in their lifetime. 1 in 3 women suffer domestic abuse at the hands of a current male partner and some women are abused by a former partner. Domestic abuse is more common in women (81%) than in men (19%).
Alternative places women can go to for help besides going to the police, such as the Citizens Advice Bureau
A different perspective into domestic abuse
The LGBT campaigns were the biggest movements; with fights for rights, equality and acceptance. Despite gaining social acceptance, homophobia is still at large. 1 in 66 people in the UK identify themselves as either gay, lesbian or bisexual. Reports from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) survey showed 1.6% of UK adults aged 16+ gave their sexual […]