Sisters Uncut

Taking direct action for domestic violence services.

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  • Survivors of sexual violence need #supportnotsuspicion

    Download a press release here. Tonight, Sisters Uncut delivered 30,000 sheets of paper to the door of the Crown Prosecution Service, on Max Hill QC’s first day in post as its head. 30,000 sheets of paper was enough to prompt an evacuation of the building, but according to CPS policy it is a perfectly acceptable […]

  • Sisters Stands with LAWRS: ¿Como se puede ir, si no hay donde ir?

    CN: discussion around detention, state violence, deportation and abuse The below poems were written by Latin American women as part of a workshop with the Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWRS) [1]. These are their experiences of immigration enforcement as migrant women and survivors of domestic violence. The workshop where they were written is part […]

  • Embedded Immigration Officers in Our Services

    CN: discussion around detention, state violence, deportation, and accounts of sexual and domestic abuse Theresa May’s racist and sexist ‘hostile environment policy’ has already brought surveillance and border enforcement into the NHS, schools, local libraries, the police force, and the rental sector. Now, local authorities including Southwark, Bexley, Greenwich, and Lewisham have started using the […]

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

  • 1 in 2 survivors turned away from refuge

  • refuge funding cut by 1/4 since 2010