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Tying a ribbon around aggression

violence against women

No community or faith or culture or creed is impervious to the societal pressures that lead to Family and Domestic Violence. The Salvation Army supports White Ribbon Day’s call for respect and safety for all women and children, and for all people.

Since 1991, following a massacre of 14 Canadian women in 1989, White Ribbon Day has been an annual international opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives and in their awareness and understanding of healthy relationships and the use and abuse of power.
Click here for more information about the history and origins of white ribbon day.
Click here for information about White Ribbon Day.
Are you uncertain about the prevalence of FDV? Click here for statistics about violence against women.