Sky Sports Joins the Fight Against Domestic Violence on White Ribbon Day, 25th November

Last Updated on: 21st November 2023, 09:44 pm

This White Ribbon Day, Sky Sports are showing their commitment to ending men’s violence against women and girls. Presenters will be wearing white ribbons in support of the internationally recognised day, which calls for men to make a year-long commitment to ending violence against women and girls.

White Ribbon UK, the leading charity engaging men and boys to stop violence before it starts, are encouraging individuals, particularly men, to #ChangeTheStory for women and girls. The charity is highlighting the importance of challenging attitudes and behaviours perpetuating violence, including severe instances of violence in our society.

Chief Executive of White Ribbon UK, Anthea Sully, commented: “Sports is a significant space for men and boys to express themselves and learn how to be disciplined, how to care for others and how to be part of a team. It is imperative that broadcasters and presenters, who are often admired by men and boys, urge for better from their peers and prioritise the safety of women and girls.”

Those wishing to show their support for White Ribbon Day can make the White Ribbon Promise to never use, excuse or remain silent about men’s violence against women, and wear a White Ribbon.

For more information about White Ribbon UK, visit: To learn more about White Ribbon Day 2023, visit: To make the White Ribbon Promise, visit: To purchase a White Ribbon enamel badge, visit:

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