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Healthy Relationships and Toxic Behaviours – LoveActually Campaign

Join the #LoveActually Campaign: Empowering Healthy Relationships and Combating Toxic Behaviours (#HRTB)

This new campaign aims to empower individuals to cultivate healthy relationships while raising critical awareness about sexual violence and domestic abuse.

Our primary goal is to create a collective impact. We want to encourage open conversations about healthy relationships and shine a light on toxic behaviours.

 

How You Can Get Involved:

  • Join our webinars: We will be hosting free webinars during February and invite you to come along.
  • Share Your Stories: Encourage your community to participate in photo-sharing.
  • Social Media: Use the hashtags #LoveActually and #HRTB to amplify our collective voice on social media platforms.

 

Free Webinars:

Book here for Modern Rape Culture*Thursday 8th February @10:00 to 11:00am – Delivered by First Light

Book here  for Explore the 10 Signs of a Healthy & Unhealthy Relationship*Monday 19th February 14:00 to 15:30 – Delivered by Barnardo’s

Book here for Training overview and introduction*Wednesday 28th February @10:00 to 11:00am – Delivered by First Light

*Please note, these webinars are not suitable for anyone under the age of 16.

 

We invite everyone to actively participate in the campaign by:

Share photos holding signs depicting what love looks like in a healthy relationship or what you love about your partner.

Let’s Spread Love and Awareness Together this February

By joining the #LoveActually Campaign, you become an integral part of a movement that strives to create positive change in our communities. Together, we can empower individuals, break the silence surrounding toxic behaviours, and foster a culture of love and respect.

 

For inquiries, collaboration opportunities, or if you are interested in hosting a webinar and want more information, please contact us at [email protected]

Let’s make February a month of positive change and empowerment. Together, let’s say #LoveActually!