In 2015, Belfast and Lisburn Women’s Aid celebrated 40 years of supporting women and children affected by domestic violence. Please see below timeline showing the progress made by Women’s Aid throughout Northern Ireland over the years.             womens-aid-timeline-banner

This DVD was developed by Belfast Domestic Violence Partnership to support victims of domestic violence through the justice system and has been uploaded to YouTube for easy access.   Part 1 Part 2

Members of the Belfast Area Domestic Violence Partnership Protection and Justice Working Group developed Legal Remedies Guidance to assist individuals experiencing DOMESTIC VIOLENCE to understand the law and the available protection options. Please download below: Domestic Violence and Abuse Legal Remedies Feb-15 LEGAL REMEDIES AT A GLANCE – INFOGRAPHIC For more information please go to […]

It has recently been reported to us that a caller claiming to be from Women’s Aid is asking for donations. Belfast & Lisburn Women’s Aid will never contact anyone directly by phone (or email) asking them to donate money. If you receive an unsolicited call asking you to donate to us or any charitable cause, […]

The University of Huddersfield have created and are continuing to develop a web-based register of UK child protection research. Their aim is to produce a definitive record of all completed and ongoing child protection research in the UK. Moreover, they are going to be very proactive in enabling and encouraging all relevant stakeholders to use the […]

For women and children experiencing DOMESTIC VIOLENCE the Supporting People programme quite simply SAVES LIVES. It also enables the women and children we work with to rebuild their lives in safety. Join us and the coalition of charities/voluntary organisations calling on the Northern Ireland Executive to strengthen the Supporting People (SP) programme. Supporting People provides vital support to […]

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