Domestic Violence Murder march

A peaceful creative 'Murder March' to remember and represent the women mudered in the UK by partners, ex-partners, family members i.e. domestic violence murders. 

This #DeadWomenWalking walk to Parliament Square is to raise awareness of the women behind the statistics of domestic violence murders.

Taking place on Sunday 22rd November 2015 to coincide with International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women that week and Parliament Week. In collaboration with the #icchange campaign we are also calling on the Government to ratify the Istanbul Convention.

One in three women experience domestic violence in the UK.

Women are not alone in experiencing domestic violence but we are the majority of victims - and when we are it rarely makes headline news


Because it is commonplace! When it is covered by the media it's usually towards the back of the paper and the story is often about our killer, his previous achievements, struggles - we are often forgotten or blamed - seen as wife of.... Far too frequently we discover that women had asked for help, the killers were known to the police and had a history of domestic violence. The inevitable statement is released and we are told 'lessons will be learned'

I have worked to raise awareness of domestic violence for over 20years and I have heard this said too many times! I want those lessons to be learned NOW - for women to be listened to and believed because domestic violence murders are preventable - awareness and understanding is key along with properly funded specialist support services.

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Claire Moore

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