Ten years ago, a group of friends living in Manchester set the groundwork for a charity that would one day
This year marks the 37th anniversary of India’s genocide and documentarians are still unraveling the stories behind the tragedy today.
Proposals for a new scheme to tackle violence against women and girls have been published by The Greater Manchester Combined
Planning permission has been granted for a memorial garden to remember the 22 victims who lost their lives in the
‘It shatters lives’: More safe houses and ‘stronger safety net’ for Oldham domestic abuse victims with £70k grant
Oldham domestic abuse victims will soon have more places to escape to for refuge, help and support thanks to a £70,000 government grant to tackle the lack of safe houses in the area.
Seven women every month are killed by a current or former partner and every year 100,000 men and women are at high and imminent risk of being murdered or seriously injured as a result of domestic abuse.
In the fight to end modern slavery and human trafficking Greater Manchester Police must ‘be brave’ in their partnerships with other agencies, according to the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
A family of four from Spa Road, Bolton, have been imprisoned for beating, enslaving, and forcing two Hungarian women into prostitution.
Shocking short stories of human trafficking from around the world are brought together in one educational and inspiring theatrical performance set to hit the stage at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
Stalking and murder victim Katie Boardman’s sister speaks out on the importance of taking stalking more seriously and education for unaware victims in light of new online campaign.
An LGBT charity has backed calls from a Manchester City Council report to improve services available to victims of domestic abuse in same-sex relationships.