Remember you are not alone - domestic abuse can happen to anyone no matter your age, race, class, culture, disability, gender, sexuality or lifestyle.

Staff, volunteers and supporters from the Pankhurst Trust will be joining this years #DeadWomenWalking walk and meeting at 1:15pm at the Pankhurst Centre before joining the main group in central Manchester.  We invite women from across the region to join us. 

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Remembering the women killed by known men in the UK A peaceful creative 'Murder March' to remember and represent the women murdered in the UK by partners, ex-partners, family members i.e. domestic violence murders.

This #DeadWomenWalking walk is to raise awareness of the women behind the statistics of domestic violence murders. Raising awareness of domestic violence and fatal male violence against women to coincide with International day for the elimination of violence against women and the 16 days of action.

The walk will be a visual and respectful march of women wearing red ponchos the walk is a circular walk of just over a mile at a slow pace- During the walk the names of all the women killed by known men in the last 12 months will be read out.

This is an event for women - women representing women killed and women stewarding themselves.

Men are welcome to support friends, family members to attend in practical ways or make a donation in solidarity.

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