Equation runs innovative and eye-catching campaigns across Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire county
Our domestic abuse campaigns raise awareness and understanding of domestic abuse, whilst promoting local services so that more people can find support and safety.
We also campaign against gender inequality, which is a known underlying cause of domestic abuse and all forms of violence against women and girls.
Advocating for gender equality in our community is central to achieving our mission for everyone to have equal relationships, free from abuse.
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Campaigns designed and delivered by Equation
Help a Friend
Our award-winning #HelpAFriend campaign shows what abuse can look like to a friend from the outside. It shares the simple steps involved in responding compassionately and helpfully to friends or family who are being hurt by their partner.
Support Not Silence
Launched in September 2019, #SupportNotSilence is our latest campaign. We hope it’ll help more men to recognise abuse they may be experiencing, and help them feel confident in contacting Equation’s Domestic Abuse Service for Men.
Equation’s award-winning Reel Equality Film Club shows great movies that tell women-centred stories and challenge gender stereotypes. Join our campaign for better representation of women on screen.
Campaigns supported by Equation.
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