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Bryngwyn Supports White Ribbon Campaign!

The white ribbon campaign raises awareness of what is still a very widespread problem, and asks men to challenge all forms of violence against women and girls. Their campaign started on White Ribbon Day (November 25) – the international day when people, particularly men, wear a white ribbon to show they won’t tolerate or condone violence towards women. 

The ribbon symbolises the ‘Not in my Name’ campaign calling for boys and men to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women.  The ‘Not in my Name’ initiative is a joint campaign by the National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI) – Wales, and Joyce Watson AM, Assembly Member for Mid and West Wales, which recruits male ambassadors to speak out against violence towards women.

A recent Scarlets game was the very first in Wales in which a team has worn the white ribbon. We hope it will encourage others.

Pupils from Year 7 joined in the 16 Days of Action between White Ribbon Day on 25th November and Human Rights Day on 10th December by symbolising a 'human white ribbon' in our sports hall, while holding white balloons - a very effective and fun way of getting our pupils involved in supporting a worthy campaign.