Awareness Campaign Resources

'WRONG' Campaign 2017

Partners in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland have developed a series of posters, digital images and other resources designed to increase awareness of local domestic abuse and sexual violence services.

This campaign, aims to make people aware that they can get information and support from the local support services and targets under-reporting groups.

Under-reporting groups

The poster campaign and social media messages for November 2017 have been designed to reach groups of people who we understand are less likely to come forward for help: Men and women over the age of 55, and Asian/Asian British victim-survivors. Statistically, these groups may suffer the longest before reporting, and face multiple issues. The campaign also says to perpetrators that they are responsible for their behaviour and they have options if they are willing to change.

The month of events in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland are held in November to coincide with International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women on 25 November. Please note – all WRONG campaign resources may be used beyond this campaign period.

How you can help

Partners are encouraged to make use of the posters and digital resources hosted here to improve awareness of the local offer for men and women affected by domestic abuse.

Social Media

Please consider using the digital resources in Social media communication, making use of the hashtags and handles below


Twitter: @UAVALtd

Facebook: @UAVALtd

A3 Posters

Please note the A3 posters have cut/print marks.

A4 Posters

Social Media

Images with appropriate sizing and dimensions to be used on Social Media pages and stories.

Digital Screen Media

These images are the appropriate size and dimensions for organisations to display on electronic multi-media screens.