Campaign challenging victim perception regarding domestic abuse

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Campaign challenging victim perception regarding domestic abuse

Over the next few months a number of posters will appear across the capital - aimed at challenging our perception of who can be a victim of domestic abuse.

The I Own Me campaign will highlight how the physical and mental abuse can affect anyone - regardless of their gender or background. Imogen Paton from Arts Against Abuse - which works with Solace Women's Aid - is behind the initiative

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