On 26th November the Nottingham Evening Post launched the Man Enough workplace challenge – asking businesses across the county to get as many sign-ups as possible between now and Christmas, in a bid to get the message to a wide audience.
The campaign aims to raise awareness of the help that is out there for victims of domestic violence, and the NEP has set the ambitious target of getting 10,000 people in the county to sign the international White Ribbon pledge, promising not to commit, condone or stand by violence against women and girls.
In our reception area we have information packs with support and advice for clients and visitors to read as well as a sheet for people to sign to make their white ribbon pledge. Details of the campaign can also be found at the following link:
The campaign is also supported by World boxing champion Carl Froch, the new Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner Paddy Tipping, and local MPs.