Clare Walker Consultancy launched its NO MORE campaign for any victims, survivors, children and adults, male and female, professionals and organisations who want to get involved and raise awareness of abuse in all its forms. The drive is just exactly that: NO MORE! Follow my NO MORE Domestic Abuse blog for regular posts, resources and information.
This is a family, community, local, national and global issue. To get on board to change opinion, change practices and change lives join our campaign. Tweet with #NOMORE let us know what you’re doing in your location to address this perpetual breach of Human Rights, or highlight the campaign to others to get on board.
CWC say’s NO MORE to ….
- accepting excuses of why we’re abused
- cuts to services for women and children specifically
- professionals colluding with perpetrators beliefs
- believing they will change
- keeping it quiet.
CWC is saying NO MORE, because abuse is everyones business
CWC has developed The NO MORE Domestic Abuse Resource pack – View pdf. Filled with useful information and resources including: Warning Signs, Safety Planning, Helpline numbers, Domestic Abuse Quiz and much more. Please share this resource with you colleagues, friends and service users.
Below is a list of the top 13 Articles of the Human Rights Act, all of which are breached when we’re living with Domestic Abuse by Dominators and further reinforced by bad practice of individuals and/or institutions, lack of access to services and an ill informed legal system.
Human Rights Act
Article 1 – Right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions: Breached by a Bully
Article 2 – Right to life: Breached by a Persuader
Article 3 – Right not to be tortured or treated in an inhuman or degrading way: Breached by a Headworker
Article 4 – Right to be free from slavery or forced labour: Breached by a King of the Castle
Article 5 – Right to Liberty: Breached by the Jailor
Article 6 – Right to a fair trial: Breached by the Badfather
Article 7 – Right not to be punished for something which wasn’t against the Law: Breached by the King of the Castle
Article 8 – Right to respect for private and family life, home & correspondence: Breached by the Jailor
Article 9 – Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion: Breached by the Persuader
Article 10 – Right to freedom of expression: Breached by the Headworker
Article 11 – Right to freedom of assembly and association: Breached by the Liar
Article 12 – Right to marry and found a family: Breached by the Sexual Controller
Article 13 – Right not be discriminated against in relation to any of the rights contained in the European Convention: Breached by the Dominator
In the above list I have given examples of each persona of the Dominator against each Article. The persona’s belief systems, tactics and societies reinforcements of those, ‘allow’ these breaches on a daily basis. When we’re victims of DA with all of these conflicting messages – how are we supposed to understand the grooming we’re undergoing or living with? How are we supposed to understand the far reaching impacts we suffer from the abuse and control? How is a victim supposed to gain control of their situation?
So, as a global society, why do we blame victims? Why do we punish victims for activities they had no say, understanding or control of?