Join our #JustDont campaign and help us bring about change.
86% of young women in the UK have experienced sexual harassment in public
Things must change. Our message is that it’s not banter, it’s not harmless, and it’s not OK — so just don’t.
Join the #JustDont campaign and help us bring about change.
Content warning: This campaign contains references and depictions of situations that some people may find upsetting.
Making tackling violence against women and girls a top priority
As the country’s first and only female metro-mayor, Tracy Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire, has made tackling violence against women and girls a top priority. The #JustDont campaign the latest step in our fight to improve the safety of women and girls. It was funded in partnership with West Yorkshire Police, the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Kirklees Metropolitan Borough Council, Leeds City Council, and the City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council.
The video tells the story of five men who make excuses for their inappropriate behaviour and harassment in everyday situations. This escalates to a chilling finale.
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If you or someone you know has experienced violence or abuse, or been a victim of any crime, help is available.