To reduce domestic violence through providing specialist services, training, education, seminars and workshops to tackle Domestic abuse and Gender Based Violence (GBV) amongst Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) and to emphasise on the impact it has on Children and their overall well-being.
To educate, equip, empower, impart knowledge and raise awareness by conducting regular workshops on the fundamental effects and consequences of Domestic Violence and GBV.
To provide a user-friendly service, raise awareness on the negative impact of Domestic Violence, GBV and the consequences of nurturing domestic abusive and violent relationships.
To implement early interventions, ensure safeguarding through conducting risk assessments to prevent risk of Mental Disorders such as Depression, Anxiety, Self-Harm behaviours, Stockholm Syndrome and others.
To provide confidential one-to-one sessions, face-to-face victim-centred rapid response support, outreach, floating services to vulnerable and potential victims of domestic abuse and GBV who face or flee from agony, pain, harm, sorrow and despair into a safe shelter.
To refer the victims to relevant agencies for safeguarding, support and provide the navigation services and person-centred rehabilitation process of the perpetrators.
To deliver domestic abuse and GBV Advocacy and Counselling sessions to vulnerable victims and survivors.
To ensure the restoration of honour, dignity and rights lost during victimisation.
To impart relevant vital knowledge on how to cope and survive with the aftermath of domestic abuse and GBV.
To collaboratively work with victims who have had their children removed and facilitate the process of reintegration into formal society.
Domestic Abuse and Gender Based Violence is a violation of fundamental rights with respect to dignity, equality and justice. Despite all efforts to counter such violence, it remains an extensive and widely under-reported human rights abuse, with women and young girls being particularly vulnerable. Olive Pathway raises awareness on these issues amongst Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) within Greater Manchester and beyond.