Seeking help for domestic abuse

Brilliant series of 3 very short videos by Michael Linnell raising awareness of domestic abuse and providing information about sources of help.

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Raising awareness of domestic abuse

Today’s post simply features what I think is one of the best resources I have ever seen encouraging people to seek help and support with domestic abuse.

Funded and commissioned by Blackburn with Darwen Public Health and Community Safety Partnership and produced by Michael Linnell , best known for his long-running series of Peanut Pete harm reduction cartoons for Lifeline, this series of three short (2 minute) videos features the voices of local people and brilliantly makes the point that people from all genders and walks of life can be subjected to domestic violence. Each clip ends by signposting people to areas of local help and support.

If you want to spread the word, please use the hashtag #agewellanimation

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