Halton teenagers support campaign to stop violence against women

Runcorn and Widnes World: Shaun Sutherberry supporting the white ribbon campaign Shaun Sutherberry supporting the white ribbon campaign

A CAMPAIGN to highlight the dangers of violence against women has won the support of young men in Halton.

Teenagers wrote pledges and messages of support on t-shirts and hung on a washing line to provide a visual message.

The awareness sessions were held at CRMZ youth centre in Kingsway, Widnes, and at Riverside College.

The event was part of a week-long programme of awareness-raising by Halton youth provision.

Staff will discussed healthy relationships in one-to-one and group sessions with young people using art-based activities, maps and interactive games.

The event was organised to raise awareness of the white ribbon campaign, men working to end violence against women.



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