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Posts Tagged Honour Based Violence

Halo Project

Sunday, November 18th, 2012

A new programme of work supported by strategic partners in Tees Valley is set to launch on the 28th November 2012. The HALO Project provides supports to victims of honour based violence and forced marriages, the launch will bring together national and local partners to introduce the work of the project and raise the awareness of the issues of honour based violence. This innovative project is the first in the region to provide steer for agencies in making improvements in their services ahead of the criminalisation of forced marriages.

Today in Teesside

Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

Listen to a local BBC interview in Middlesbrough which describes views held by a fifth of  British Asians who feel dishonour within their families should be dealt with by  violence. Local residents give their view.  Listen Now

Stop violence

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Tees Valley Inclusion Project CIC help victims of forced marriages and honour based violence.

We have a series of tailored courses to help organisations understand the cultural issues that affect BME communities across Tees Valley.

Honour Based Violence

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Tees Valley, supporting and educating to help change attitudes and stop violence.

Honour based violence and Forced marriages are an issue affecting our communities, we must work in partnership to provide the right choices and support in a culturally sensitive way upholding an individual’s human rights.

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