YSL BEAUTY ABUSE IS NOT LOVE
LIVESTREAM PANEL EVENT
ABUSE IS NOT LOVE - PANEL EVENT
In support of the YSL Beauty Abuse is Not Love programme, which aims to educate 2 million people globally by 2030 on the signs of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), YSL Beauty & UK Charity partner Women’s Aid hosted a livestream panel event on the 21st January 2021 that openly discussed experiences, the warning signs of unhealthy relationships and highlight the support available to help women.
The ‘Abuse Is Not Love’ event featured a series of thought-provoking discussions between high-profile experts and survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, with the aim of delivering life-changing help and guidance.
GET TO KNOW THE PANELISTS
JOURNALIST, PRESENTER AND BROADCASTER, SPECIALISING IN BEAUTY, WOMEN’S ISSUES AND FILM
YSL BRAND CAUSE SPOKESPERSON
GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY & COMMUNICATION MANAGER AT YSL BEAUTY
CEO OF WOMEN’S AID
EXPERT IN DOMESTIC ABUSE POLICY, ADVOCACY AND CAMPAIGNS, WITH MORE THAN 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE VOLUNTARY SECTOR
EXPERT, AUTHOR & PROFESSOR
JANE MONCKTON SMITH
PROFESSOR OF PUBLIC PROTECTION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE WITH A SPECIALISM IN HOMICIDE, COERCIVE CONTROL AND STALKING
SURVIVOR, JOURNALIST & INFLUENCER
PERSONAL TRAINER, BEST-SELLING AUTHOR, PODCAST HOST AND WOMEN’S AID AMBASSADOR
SURVIVOR, MODEL & INFLUENCER
MODEL, YOUTUBER & WOMEN’S AID SUPPORTER, HAVING GROWN UP IN A DOMESTIC ABUSE ENVIRONMENT
DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THE YSL BEAUTY ABUSE IS NOT LOVE PROGRAMME
YSL Beauty continues to partner with Women’s Aid joining the fight. The collaboration comes as one in three women (33%) experience Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in their lifetime, with one woman killed by her partner every three days in the US, UK and France.
Abuse Is Not Love is centered around 3 key pillars :
1)Educating 2 million people on the 9 Key Signs of IPV through international partnerships
2)Funding academic research on the topic to develop thought-leadership around youth and prevention
3)Training YSL Beauty employees and beauty advisors on IPV in the workplace
OFTEN TIMES ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR IS MASKED AS LOVE.
ABUSE CAN BE HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT.
KNOW THE SIGNS OF ABUSE.
If you have been affected by Intimate Partner Violence or would like more information visit our UK Women’s Aid page to speak with a support worker or donate today.