New Dawn New Day works with women and their families, inspiring them to reach their potential and to overcome disadvantage and inequality in their lives and communities.
New Daw New Day has achieved the Government ‘Customer Service Excellence’ standard. We put our customers at the heart of what we do. To read some of our customers’ experiences, visit the Case Studies page
Hi, my name is Debs and I want to tell you about my story… By the time I was a teenager I had just about given up on my life. Having constantly clashed with my family throughout my teens I was eventually fostered by my best friend’s mother. Although happy [...]
“I’m from a working class background, and I’ve had a variety of jobs as well as going to college to gain new qualifications. But then I was arrested. It was a scary experience as I’d never been in trouble with the police before, and now faced going to jail and [...]
You're Not Alone is now offering free, bespoke group sessions to young women who have experienced domestic abuse from a partner or ex-partner. Contact Ruth on 07803 146 390 or click here for further details.
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Around 10,000 women are sexually assaulted and 2,000 women are raped every week. (research cited in the Home Office. Report: Together we can end violence against women and girls: a strategy, 2009)
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A third of teenage girls in a relationship suffered unwanted sexual acts and a quarter had suffered physical violence. Girls said they often felt powerless to stop the abuse because they felt scared, guilty or feared they would lose their boyfriend (Barter, C et al, 2009).(RSE Project)