Sisters Uncut

Taking direct action for domestic violence services.

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  • 2 women a week are killed by a partner or ex-partner

  • 1 in 3 women turned away from refuge due to lack of space

  • 32 refuges closed under this Tory government

Latest News

  • Summer of Action: How can she leave when she has #NowhereToGo?

      Social housing is a lifeline for survivors of domestic violence. 87% of women experiencing domestic violence will have to move home in order to be free from abuse, and domestic violence is a leading cause of homelessness among women. With access to social housing becoming increasingly bleak, women are being trapped in abusive situations […]

  • “We are the suffragettes!”: Sisters Uncut chain themselves to Parliament at government art launch

    09:00, 8th June 2016 “We are the suffragettes!”: Sisters Uncut chain themselves to Parliament outside government art launch As an art installation is unveiled in Parliament to commemorate women’s struggle for the vote, direct action group Sisters Uncut protested against cuts to domestic violence services. The group were joined by installation artist Mary Branson and […]

  • Solidarity with all survivors: domestic violence and sex work

    At Sisters Uncut, we have been working to develop our organisational position on sex work. After a lot of thinking and discussion, we have concluded that it is a vital issue of safety and justice to support sex workers in their call for the full decriminalisation of sex work. This blog seeks to highlight why […]