Wanderers, it’s time to stand up to violence


STOP for a second.

Did you know that one woman each week dies by domestic violence?

This is one too many, which is why this November, Western Sydney Wanderers and White Ribbon Australia are calling on you to get behind White Ribbon Day to STOP men’s violence against women.

White Ribbon is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end men’s violence against women and girls, building respectful relationships and safer Australian Communities.

This year you can help your mum, sister, daughter, friend, and all women you know by taking the White Ribbon Oath.

Taking the Oath is an easy first step to committing to end men’s violence against women. 

The second step isn’t difficult either, when you take the oath you’ll receive the White Ribbon STOP Kit – a practical guide to help you learn how to actively make a difference in your community. You’ll find information on how to spot the signs, offer support and create change to prevent violence.

You have a responsibility to the women in your life. If you see violence, stand up, speak out, and act.

The more people that act, the louder our voice is – together we can all raise awareness and act to stop men’s violence against women.

Visit www.whiteribbon.org.au/day