Media & Communications

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Media & Communications

We are passionate about using our expert knowledge of domestic abuse to educate, inform and affect change. We know that media and communications are key tools for achieving this mission.

We have produced a variety of media to raise awareness of our services, campaign for change and enhance widespread understandings of domestic abuse.

Check out all of our online media campaigns on Facebook, Instagram and our second Instagram specifically for our young women’s service, Enough!!.

For media and press enquiries, please contact [email protected] or fill out the form below. 

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Glasgow teens taught to spot signs of unhealthy relationships | Clyde One News (Planet Radio)

"Glasgow Women's Aid have set up a helpline and campaign called 'Enough!' to teach young...

Glasgow Women’s Aid run online campaign to raise awareness | Glasgow Times

Glasgow Women’s Aid have teamed up with local organisations to help promote their Still In...

Glasgow Women’s Aid launches new support service aimed at teenage girls at risk of relationship abuse | Glasgow Live

"The Enough!! project will help teenagers recognise abusive behaviour and dating 'red flags', with a...

Glasgow Women’s Aid Enough!! project launched | Herald Scotland

"NURSERY children are to be given lessons in healthy relationships and gender equality under plans...
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About Us

We were established in 1973 during the second wave of the women’s liberation movement – a period where activists collectively recognised that there was a need to provide support and safe refuge to women experiencing domestic abuse. Initially, our focus was on women’s experiences, but as the organisation evolved our focus included children and young people.