Women’s Aid teach schoolchildren that ‘Abuse Is Not Love’

A new campaign to help recognise unhealthy behaviours in relationships has been launched by the charity Women’s Aid.

They hope to reach 2 million people by 2030 and raise awareness of Intimate partner violence.

The initiative is in collaboration with fashion house Yves Saint Laurent, and as part of it, they are going into schools and speaking to children from 4-18 years old, in hope they can help them to address unhealthy behaviour early before it becomes abusive.

Tanya Francis spoke to the CEO of Women’s Aid Farah Nazeer.

If you or anyone you know would like any information or support then you can visit the charity’s website –

Tanya Francis 20th January 2022


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