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Personal pledge against domestic abuse and violence

Camden is a place where domestic violence and abuse is unacceptable and not tolerated.

Add your name to our pledge and share your commitment to never commit, condone, or remain silent about domestic abuse. Share this page with your family and friends and encourage them to add their name too.

Together we can help to break the stigma, raise awareness and generate a shared sense of responsibility.


If you are experiencing domestic abuse, or know someone who is, call our confidential advice service Camden Safety Net on 020 7974 2526. 

To access other support, or to read about what domestic violence is and how to recognise it, visit camden.gov.uk/domestic-violence.

  Your name Your commitment  
harriet williams never commit, condone, or remain silent about domestic abuse
Dahro Donovan Share my story and empower women
Dr Sorsy Sawaneh Wallace Living a life of a victim is not an easy task. At present after been a victim of rape, beating and left homeless. My ordeal now is to coup with the stigma of mental illness which those that were abusive to me implement to hide from the police. I am left with a slip disc and a fracture right arm . So I think we should blame the authorities for our problems. They don't pay me my entitled welfare benefit.
Remi Price
Donna scott Never be a bystander,always speak up and support others that need it.
Will S To be an ally to the people in my life and never to commit, condone or stay silent about domestic abuse.
K Webb Know your worth
Do not accept emotional abuse or any abuse
Help each other
Diane To support, stand up for and speak out for anyone in need of help
Shelley King I pledge to never commit, condone, or remain silent about domestic abuse.
Teresa Stop all abuse against all people special children and women
Coreen I’m 100% pledged, committed to help & support / report/ sign post any one needs to flee Domestic Violence.
Mary Beattie No abuse should be condoned or ingnored.
Kyran Joughin Never stay silent on domestic violence and abuse of women and girls in any form.
Bear witness. Speak out.
Kyran Joughin To never stay silent, never condone or remain silent on domestic abuse and violence, to bear witness. To speak out.
Leila Never give up, stay strong, know your worth. Speak up, report, condemn.
Proud I found the strength to say stop!
HilarySmith I shall never remain silent in the face of abuse of women and girls.
Suzanne I will challenge anyone who tries to minimise the impact that abuse, coercion qnd violence has on women and children experiencing DV.
Fi We all have the amazing gift of being alive, we all have rights. The same rights logically, however due to religious and government rules. this is not always the case. ACROSS the world in a broad brush approach girls and women seem to get “ the fuzzy end of the lollypop.”
Disability, ,Class, Race, Gender, Sexuality, and more,
- we must never tolerate or accept and facilitate violence and please phone 999 is you or your family are violated.
Andy Brett It is not just women and girls that endure domestic violence, believe it or not, MEN do also! Discussion on this subject is completely one-sided most of the time.