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Fife Violence Against Women Partnership

"Violence against women and girls, in any form, has no place in our vision for a safe, strong, successful Scotland. It damages health and wellbeing, limits freedom and potential, and is a violation of the most fundamental human rights"       (Scottish Government)

Fife Violence Against Women Partnership (FVAWP) co-ordinates activity towards ending violence against women in Fife across statutory and third sector organisations. The partnership is committed to addressing four priorities in Equally Safe – Scotland’s Strategy to Prevent and Eradicate Violence Against Women and Girls.

  • Priority 1: Scottish society embraces equality and mutual respect, and rejects all forms of violence against women and girls
  • Priority 2: Women and girls thrive as equal citizens: socially, culturally, economically and politically
  • Priority 3: Interventions are early and effective, preventing violence and maximising the safety and wellbeing of women, children and young people
  • Priority 4: Men desist from all forms of violence against women and girls and perpetrators of such violence receive a robust and effective response

For more information and advice, please contact us at FVAWP@fife.gov.uk

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