25th November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and what has become more commonly known as WHITE RIBBON DAY.
What is White Ribbon Day?
White Ribbon Day is inspired by The White Ribbon Pledge lead by men who campaign to stop domestic violence against women. Women might be the primary victims of this type of assault, but there is no reason why men can’t take a share of the responsibility in putting an end to it.
Statistics show that one in six women of reported domestic violence by a current or ex-partner (including both physical and emotional violence and abuse) were male and now one in three two women in Australia are killed by a partner every week. But what does wearing a white ribbon really mean? It says loud and clear that you will never condone, take part in or remain silent about domestic abuse against women.
This year alone in Australia, the amount of women who have died at the hand of their partners or ex-partners has been nothing short of horrific. One of the worst we've seen yet. And today is a day we stand up and recognise that violence towards women MUST stop! For more information, go to http://whiteribbonday.org.au/
My collection simply titled "White Ribbon Day" is in recognition of those who have lived with or are living with domestic violence. A stunning kit in simple black and white tones, it is filled with gorgeous elements to suit any need.
Also available are:
5 clusters (+ bonus extras)
18 word arts (9 black, 9 white)
Each product is available individually or in a bundle, which can be purchased for a reduced price.