Economic Impact of Domestic Violence by Rebecca Beattie

Featured image taken from The Prince’s Trust

Domestic abuse can take many forms and escaping such relationships isn’t easy. Healing from physical and psychological wounds can take years. But what about the economic impact?

As part of the 16 Days of Action against Domestic Violence, come and meet Pride of Britain winner Rebecca Beattie who is a domestic abuse survivor, but above all she is an amazing and courageous woman and mother who isn’t letting anything stand in her way to make her dreams come true.

Rebecca set up her own ethical clothing label, Always B U, which is dedicated to raising awareness about domestic violence.

For every sale at Always B U, 5% gets donated to IDAS, a Yorkshire-based charity that supports anyone experiencing or affected by domestic violence and/or sexual abuse.

Read more about Rebecca’s journey here.

This is an online event for Bradford College staff and students only.

To book a place at this online event, please email Lenka Kaur l.kaur@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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