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Our Refuge on Channel 4 News

Our refuge in the North East appeared on Channel 4 News last night as part of a bid to highlight growing concern around the impact of domestic abuse on children, particularly after the COVID-19 restrictions.

Claire Fallon interviewed Helene Cammish, the Children’s Worker for the refuge, along with Sinead Cregan, Inspire North’s Director for Innovation and Development, and a young person living at the refuge.

Calls for support for domestic abuse survivors have risen significantly this year. At Inspire North we have been running our No Excuse for Abuse Campaign, supported by the Leeds Rhinos Foundation, to highlight the issues.

Watch the Channel 4 segment here.

More coverage of the No Excuse for Abuse Campaign

Children’s voices of hope at refuge for domestic abuse victims – Yorkshire Evening Post

Leeds-based charity fears more women will suffer during second Covid-19 lockdown – Yorkshire Evening Post

“Please God let this be the last punch” – Yorkshire Evening Post

Fears raised over lack of funding for domestic violence cases – Yorkshire Evening Post

‘Significant increase’ in reports of domestic violence in Leeds expected after lockdown lifted – Yorkshire Evening Post