We have continued to grow over the last year and are seeking compassionate, determined individuals to join our committed teams.
On Monday 22nd November, we held a Hustings event for candidates ahead of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire & Crime Commissioner by-elections. You can now view a recording of the meeting.
IDAS CEO, Sarah Hill reflects on Philip Allot's resignation as North Yorkshire Police Crime Commissioner.
IDAS condemns language that blames victims or minimises the responsibility of perpetrators. Women are not responsible for male violence and placing the onus on women to change their behaviour to avoid sexual harassment, rape or murder, is wrong.
It’s "Not All Men", it never was, but all men are needed now to step forward and make a change. IDAS CEO, Sarah Hill reflects on the events of the last week.
To mark the end of sexual violence awareness week we are proud to launch our new website for anyone affected by sexual violence or abuse.
You can leave your home during lockdown to escape domestic abuse. That's the important message the Prime Minister gave when he announced the latest national lockdown. A BBC Look North (Yorkshire) report from the 6th January examines the potential...
This year, we continue support hundreds of families who have escaped domestic abuse and will be living in our refuges or emergency accommodation this Christmas.
This year, we are marking the 16 days of action by launching a website, focusing on 16 different types of abuse experienced by women across the UK.
We are excited to launch our new fundraiser, the IDAS Big Yorkshire Tour! This July you can support our vital work and help raise money by joining us in our main fundraiser, The IDAS Big Yorkshire Tour.