Launch of Welsh Government poster campaign

Welsh Government has launched a poster campaign this week – “Think you know what domestic abuse looks like?” For this campaign they have engaged with young people and students to develop messages and materials that relate to them. Please find attached a link to the posters which can be found on the Welsh Government website and can … Continue reading

Butterflies Christmas Charity Event!

Miss Butterflies & Team would like to invite you to our Christmas Butterflies & Yankee Candle Famous Event. For amazing special offers, goodie bags & lots more we have also decided to make this event even bigger and extra special. I have decided to link in this event with 2 special charities that mean alot … Continue reading

‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ Event

On Saturday 22nd August 2015 Atal y Fro and supporters took to Gladstone Park, Barry and completed the ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’ charity walk to raise awareness of Domestic Violence against Women and Girls.   Leading the walk was Deputy Local Policing Inspector Bryn Glennie from South Wales Police along with Atal y Fro staff members, … Continue reading

‘Walk A Mile In Her Shoes’ – Sponsored Walk

There’s an old saying ‘You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes”. The ‘Walk a Mile Event’ is a playful opportunity for men to raise awareness in their community about helping end violence against women and girls, one man-sized step at a time! The event is taking place … Continue reading

Atal y Fro on ‘Wales This Week: Love Hurts’

Tonight Wales This Week looks at a controversial pilot project run by a Welsh charity working with perpetrators of domestic abuse. Traditionally charities have been working with victims but Atal Y Fro, based in Barry, has adopted a unique model from New Zealand and works with perpetrators as well. For the full story please click … Continue reading

Domestic Abuse Crime Considered By Ministers

A new Domestic Abuse Law is being considered as part of attempts to improve police performance. The existing law already covers coercive and controlling behaviour – but it does not explicitly apply to relationships. Click on the link to read more –