During the 16 days of action to end gender-based violence, (November 25th – December 10th) IDAS are working in collaboration with Open Clasp to offer you the opportunity to see a film of the play Rattle Snake, which explores the nature of coercive control in intimate relationships.
IDAS Champion, survivor and campaigner Claire Throssell, makes a public appeal for people to take part in the recent Ministry of Justice (MoJ) consultation on the Family Court. In 2014, Claire’s ex-husband set alight fourteen fires in her former marital home, which resulted in her two sons, Jack (12) and Paul (9), being killed. […]
On the 7th of July we were delighted to welcome two or our patrons, Rory Cowan, actor, and Joolz Denby, artist and writer, to visit our refuge in York. They met with staff to discuss our work and joined us in a garden party at the refuge where they spent a lot of time talking […]
Following the recent awful events in West Yorkshire where there have been several murders of both women and children through domestic abuse, IDAS Director, Sarah Hill was invited on to BBC Look North to speak. She urged anyone living with abuse or fear to contact us for free, confidential support. Domestic abuse can happen to […]