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  • Date: 14/06/2024

Worried that your behaviour is hurting a loved one during the Euros? We can help.

As the Euros gets underway, we have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the rise in domestic abuse cases during football tournaments.

Sadly, data from the National Centre for Domestic Violence shows that domestic abuse increases by 26% on match days.

Further research from London School of Economics and Political Science shows that if a game is lost, this rises to 38%. When alcohol is involved domestic abuse cases nearly double and rise to 47%.

Our domestic abuse specialist, Glow, delivers a Derbyshire service that helps people recognise their behaviour, and take steps to change.

This year, for the Euros, Glow has launched the #DontBringItHome campaign to reach even more people looking for support.

Whether you have seen the campaign on social media, or through one of our stickers in your local pub, we’re really glad you are here and we’d encourage you to get in touch.

Clare Vickers leads Glow’s 180° Project and explained more: “We’re urging anyone who has concerns about their behaviour to get in touch with us and refer themselves into our Derbyshire 180° Project.

“It’s a service that provides people, who are ready to take accountability and responsibility for their actions, with the tools and support to change.”

If you are worried that your actions or behaviour is hurting or upsetting a loved one, we can help.

If you live in Derbyshire, you can find out more about Glow’s 180° Project by emailing or calling 07974 608015

To access support via the Respect helpline, please call 0808 802 4040