The Enough Campaign highlights different forms of violence against women and girls and the simple acts that anyone can take to challenge perpetrators of abuse. Forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG) represented include street harassment, coercive control, unwanted touching, workplace harassment, revenge-porn and cyber-flashing.

Abuse takes many forms. It can be emotional, physical, sexual or financial. It can be words or actions. At home, at university or in the street. It can be inflicted by a partner, ex-partner, family member, colleague, friend or stranger. It can be in person, through technology and online. Whatever form it takes, abuse is never justified. Any behaviour that demeans, frightens or distresses is abuse. It has to stop. Knowing what abuse is helps us all recognise it when it happens. We can all do something to keep women and girls safe.

If you would like to find out more information about these behaviours and how to stop them, please visit the Enough Campaign website.

If you or someone you know is experiencing any harmful behaviour or you would like to talk to someone, please complete a named disclosure via the Report + Support website.

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