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The Dash Charity International Women’s Day

It was such an honour to be asked to be a guest speaker at this empowering, important and inspiring event raising awareness of Domestic abuse in all its forms and to celebrate International Women’s day with such incredible people.

Brighton Half Marathon

Vickie’s Brighton Half Marathon

So today we faced gale force winds…the worst weather they have ever had for the Brighton Half Marathon…in 30 years!!

Domestic Abuse Prevention Convention

Domestic Abuse Prevention Convention

A staggering 1-in-3 women, 1-in-6 men and 1-in-5 children are victims of domestic abuse in England and Wales. Costing the economy 66 billion pounds a year, with a call made every 30 seconds to police about abuse. 2 Women a week loose their lives in England and Wales. We need to create awareness of this […]

Hundreds of children in care are being ‘marched back’ to visit their abusive parents, study finds

We’d like to draw attention to this Telegraph News article.

The Court Said Protest

The Court Said Protest, Parliament Square

Kaleidoscopic UK were among many organisations and hundreds of people who attended ‘The Court Said’ event in London. The event was to highlight the family court system and how abusers are using it to further abuse. It was to highlight the need for training and a better understanding of all areas of abuse, and the […]

Family Fun Day

Family Fun Day

We had a great sunshine-filled day with a variety of activities on offer.

Sounds Like Women

Tell Me Why Charity Single

The recording of this single was to raise awareness of all types of abuse and to give a voice to others who have struggled to find theirs, just as we struggled to find ours.

Break the Silence

Sing-Along, May 2019 World Record Attempt

Kaleidoscopic held a Sing-Along Guinness World Record attempt on May 16th, 2019. #Breakthesilence


Brave Me, Vickie’s Story

Vickie Robertson tells the story that led her to petition to make it mandatory that all Judiciary, Family Court and Cafcass workers be fully trained in all areas of domestic abuse and its effect on the family.