• How to use Messages for Mothers Content
    Messages for Mothers is a collaborative project that is curating and disseminating evidence-based information for mothers in response to COVID-19. All the content is open source and our aim is for other organisations and individuals to use our messages freely and to distribute them as far and as wide as possible.
  • How to support someone who is in an abusive situation
    Step 1: Listen Make yourself available to listen to survivors and victims who want to confide in you. Don’t worry about knowing the right thing to say, or the right questions to ask. Listening is about creating a space for someone to share as much as they want to, without pressure or judgment. If your […]
  • How to spot an abuser
    Often, we’re looking for abuse in the victims. But abusers can be right in front of our noses. Here a few warning signs that someone might be violent and you may need to check in on their domestic partners and family: Humiliation: Verbal abuse Demeaning the victim either privately or publicly Embarrassment or humiliation of […]
  • How to stop a friend from becoming an abuser
    If you’re reading this and you’re a man, you are obviously committed to stopping #GBV. To continue to be a part of the solution, it’s important that you speak to other men about GBV and the societal attitudes that make it so pervasive. You should worry if you’ve heard a male friend say or hint […]