“Une place pour elles”: Originally an Italian initiative («posto occupato») has now also expanded to French speaking countries.
Learn more about global initiatives that are making a difference in the stand against domestic violence.
Project Esther is a New Zealand-based charitable trust that provides a multifaceted range of support for women and families, including those experiencing domestic abuse.
HeForShe is a United Nations Global Solidarity Movement inviting men to stand in solidarity with women to create a bold, visible, and united force for gender equality.
Press Red is a Christian organisation educating, equipping, and empowering on the issues of violence and abuse against women and girls.
The National Anglican Family Violence Project (NAFVP) investigated the prevalence, experience, and impact of family violence for Anglicans in Australia.
This resource from The Christian Network to End Domestic Abuse outlines what the Bible says about healthy relationships and how to prevent abuse.
This initiative from the World Council of Churches encourages all to speak out against violence to ensure that all are safe in all places in our societies.
This charter for churches by BMS World Mission identifies the reality of domestic abuse and shares ways for churches to bring about change.
A South African coalition working together to eliminate sexual and gender-based violence in the faith sector and wider society and bring healing to survivors.
Leaders from many faiths and beliefs call for the prevention of sexual violence in conflict and denounce the stigma faced by survivors, including children born of sexual violence.
This organisation provides extensive resources in all areas related to domestic violence, including programs for men and information on understanding domestic violence.
This resource outlines the Church of England’s domestic abuse policy as well as practical guidance on how the policy should be implemented in local churches.
This online initiative is designed help churches recognise, prevent, and address domestic violence and transgressive behavior within the church.
Created by Fuller Seminary, this resource equips individuals and churches to identify signs and characteristics of abuse and abusers and develop a plan to support survivors.