Help NALC support White Ribbon Day
On 25 November 2023, the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) will support White Ribbon Day to work towards ending violence against women and girls.
NALC will make a video to show male support for White Ribbon Day. We want as many men as possible from the sector to participate and send a video, following the instructions below.
- The video should be around 5 to 10 seconds long.
- Hold up a sign (a piece of paper/whiteboard, etc.) stating who you are (e.g. Cllr John Doe, Example Town Council) and with the hashtag #ChangeTheStory.
- Look at the camera and say, “This White Ribbon Day, I want to Change the Story to end violence against women and girls” (for individuals) or “This White Ribbon Day, we want to Change the Story to end violence against women and girls” (for groups).
- The video should be filmed in landscape (holding your phone sideways).
- Record as many takes as you need.
We have a duty as a sector to show support for this important message, and the more contributions we have, the more significant impact you can make.
White Ribbon Day is the International Day for eradicating violence against women, held annually on 25 November. The charity White Ribbon UK seeks to engage men and boys in violence prevention as part of the global White Ribbon movement.