Lewisham Council - Violence against women and girls
Menu

Violence against women and girls

Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is the national term used to describe the range of serious crime types (including domestic violence) which are predominantly, but not exclusively, experienced by women and girls. Men and boys can also access services that can help them.

Do you need help?

Get help for domestic violence and other gender-based crimes

Other forms of support

​Voluntary/statutory organisations, helplines and websites
 

Top story

Council services over the Christmas and New Year period

Find out about changes to council services over the Christmas and New Year period.

News

We have passed a motion on adopting the White Ribbon pledge

Our commitment to ending violence against women and girls went a step further when a motion to adopt the White Ribbon pledge was passed at a meeting of Full Council on 28 November.

More news

Content Promos