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White Ribbon Status Campaigns

White Ribbon Status campaigns are projects undertaken within areas, towns, clubs, education establishments, etc to involve more men in addressing issues of violence against women. White Ribbon Staff will work with you to launch the project and provide advice and training.  Thereafter it is very much your project and on successful conclusion will result in the award of White Ribbon Status.  We have a toolkit which outlines the process of White Ribbon Status campaigns and can provide a copy at your request.

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Angus Campaign

The Angus campaign urges men to play a part in tackling violence against women by taking the White Ribbon Campaign pledge not to commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women.

Drumchapel Status Project

Drumchapel White Ribbon Status Campaign 

Dumfries & Galloway Status Campaign

Join us and sign your pledge and contribute to make a fairer and safer world for our daughters, nieces, sisters, granddaughters and girlfriends!

East Ayrshire Status Project

A Steering Group is being formed to develop a White Ribbon Scotland Status Project for East Ayrshire. Contact our White Ribbon Scotland Administration Officer on Rebekah@whiteribbon.twdemos.co.uk if you would like to discuss …

Fife Status Campaign

Violence Against Women is often seen as a “women’s issue” – we want to change that, encouraging both men and women to challenge attitudes and gender stereotypes that allow violence and abuse to thrive.

Glasgow Clyde College Status Project

Support the White Ribbon Glasgow Clyde College Status Project! Play your part by contacting us at GCCSA@glasgowclyde.ac.uk Glasgow Clyde College Student Association on behalf of Glasgow Clyde College got involved with the …

Glasgow Kelvin College Status Campaign

Support the White Ribbon Campaign for Glasgow Kelvin College!

Glasgow Status Campaign

Here in Glasgow, we have a strong national and international reputation for innovative work to end Violence Against Women and support those affected by it.

Heriot Watt University Status Project

Heriot Watt University Status Project   Heriot-Watt has become Scotland’s first university to achieve White Ribbon status in recognition of its commitment to address gender-based violence.   White Ribbon Scotland is a …

Orkney Islands Status Project

Orkney Islands White Ribbon Status Project           Contact the Steering Group Members by email on whiteribbonorkney@gmail.com if you would like to discuss how you could be involved in …

Scottish Borders Status Project

A Scottish Borders White Ribbon Scotland Status Project led by representatives of Scottish Borders Council and The Berwickshire Housing Association has begun to gain the award of White Ribbon Status for the …

St Paul’s Youth Forum Status Project

A Steering Group is being formed to develop a White Ribbon Scotland Status Project for St. Paul’s Youth Forum who operate across Blackhill and Provanmill in Glasgow.  Contact our White Ribbon Scotland …

Stirling White Ribbon Status Campaign

Stirling was the very first area to gain White Ribbon Status.    . We are keen to re-develop the Stirling White Ribbon Campaign Project which started in the early days of the …

The Western Isles Status Project

A Steering Group is currently being formed on The Western Isles to develop a White Ribbon Scotland Status Project. White Ribbon Scotland is a charity which began in 2010 and seeks to …

Most men do not commit violence against women. But all men have a role in ending it. If we all start by making a pledge never to commit, condone or remain silent about men's violence against women in all its forms, that will make a huge difference. 

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