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Sutherland Shire White Ribbon Day Walk Friday 25th November 2016

MEDIA ALERT – 21 november, 2016

Sutherland Shire White Ribbon Day Walk Friday 25th November 2016

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The Sutherland Shire White Ribbon Walk

will be held on 25th November (White Ribbon Day) to help raise awareness among Australian men and boys about the roles they can play to prevent violence against women. The event will start at Woolooware High School and finishing at Perryman Place Cronulla where a number of guest speakers will speak.

White Ribbon Australia is dedicated to ensuring men are active advocates for changing the social norms, attitudes and behaviours that are at the root of men’s violence against women. We engage men to stand up, speak out and act to influence the actions of those men that perpetrate violence and disrespect, demand change and drive gender equality.

WHAT:  SUTHERLAND SHIRE WHITE RIBBON WALK 

WHEN: FRIDAY 25th November, 9:00 am to 1:00PM                                 

WHERE: DUNNINGHAM PARK, CRONULLA

PURPOSE: WHITE RIBBON DAY

For further information, images or an interview, please contact SBPR
Sally Burleigh on 0419 516 889 – sally@sbpr.com.au
Eliza Kearns on 0405 583 694– eliza@sbpr.com.au
Mia Hardman on 0423 878 476– mia@sbpr.com.au

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Castle Hill White Ribbon Day Walk 2016

MEDIA ALERT – 21 november, 2016

CASTLE HILL WHITE RIBBON DAY WALK 25TH NOVEMBER 2016

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Join Castle Hill RSL, Hills LAC & The Hills District Domestic Violence Network partnering for a White Ribbon March and Breakfast.

White Ribbon Australia is dedicated to ensuring men are active advocates for changing the social norms, attitudes and behaviours that are at the root of men’s violence against women.

We engage men to stand up, speak out and act to influence the actions of those men that perpetrate violence and disrespect, demand change and drive gender equality.

WHAT: CASTLE HILL WHITE RIBBON DAY MARCH & BREAKFAST

WHEN: FRIDAY 25TH November, 8:00 am to 10:00 am                                     

WHERE: 77 CASTLE HILL ST, CASTLE HILL, NSW, 1765

PURPOSE: WHITE RIBBON DAY                                         

Website –  http://www.whiteribbon.org.au/events/sydney-white-ribbon-walk

For further information, images or an interview, please contact SBPR
Sally Burleigh on 0419 516 889 – sally@sbpr.com.au
Eliza Kearns on 0405 583 694– eliza@sbpr.com.au
Mia Hardman on 0423 878 476– mia@sbpr.com.au

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White Ribbon Day 2016 asks men to think about the women in their lives

White Ribbon Day is a national day for the prevention of violence against women occurring on
25 November. This year, White Ribbon Australia is asking men to stand up, speak out and act for the women in their lives, as violence against women is a man’s issue too.

One in three women have experienced physical and/or sexual abuse perpetrated by someone known to them, and on average, one woman is killed every week in Australia as a result of domestic violence.

This White Ribbon Day, we ask communities across Australia to stand up, speak out, and act to prevent violence against women.

Who will you take the oath for this White Ribbon Day on 25 November?

Join the 1,000’s of men who have taken the oath for the women in their lives on our brand new White Ribbon Day page at www.whiteribbon.org.au/day. See who is taking the oath for their boss, their neighbour, the lady they sit next to on the bus or their colleague.

In the A Man’s Issue Too Campaign video, White Ribbon Ambassadors identify why they are taking the White Ribbon Oath. This is accessible at www.whiteribbon.org.au/day.

The media also play a vital role in helping to raise awareness of violence against women. White Ribbon invites journalists to play a part by featuring stories that focus attention on this issue.

White Ribbon is also encouraging media to wear a white ribbon on and around White Ribbon Day, November 25. If you, or members of your team, wish to wear a White Ribbon or would like to arrange an interview of someone with a personal story of violence or a White Ribbon Ambassador, then please contact Sally Burleigh at SBPR (details below). We ask that you make contact as soon as possible due to the number of enquiries at this time. A full list of White Ribbon Ambassadors available for interview can be provided.

For media enquiries please contact Sally Burleigh at SBPR:
E. sally@sbpr.com.au
Ph. 02 9281 1692
M. 0419 516 889

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White Ribbon Australia partners with Virgin Australia for the third year to prevent violence against women

 

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White Ribbon has joined forces for the third year with leading Australian airline, Virgin Australia to raise awareness during the month of November of the issue of men’s violence against women.

White Ribbon aims to create an Australian society in which all women can live in safety, free from violence and abuse.

Virgin Australia has launched a month long activation to help drive awareness of the issue. Throughout November, the back of Virgin Australia boarding passes will encourage travelers to stand up, speak out and act to prevent men’s violence against women. The airline’s in-flight magazine, Voyeur, includes a White Ribbon on the cover and acknowledgement and support of the cause throughout. The airline will be conducting fundraising initiatives throughout their offices and selected airports around Australia.

White Ribbon Australia Chief Executive Officer, Libby Davies, said: “Virgin Australia’s partnership with White Ribbon Australia attests to the shared commitment of our organisations to preventing men’s violence against women.

“Virgin Australia is an innovative Australian airline with international reach and a strong workplace culture of engendering respect and equality. Together, we can promote White Ribbon’s message around the country through their exciting month-long initiative. Corporate partnerships like this are critical to driving violence prevention across the community. Violence against women is a national issue with an average of one woman a week killed by a current or former partner.” Ms Davies said.

White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end men’s violence against women and girls, promote gender equality, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity. White Ribbon Day is Friday 25 November 2016. For more information please visit; www.whiteribbon.org.au

For media interviews contact Sally Burleigh: Sally@sbpr.com.au and 0419 516 889

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