We empower young people to speak out, seek support, navigate ending an unhealthy relationship or help a friend.
Since launching in spring
schools and organisations we partner with
said we changed their opinion of what is ‘healthy’ and ‘unhealthy’ behaviour
knew how to get help if they experience abuse in a relationship
schools and community groups
hours of free RSE
We love this. Sometimes in a relationship you need some alone time. That’s ok. In fact, it can be healthy.
Victims of sexual violence must be able to access the support they need to process their trauma. Our current laws are failing many. We join @RapeCrisisEandW in calling for change 💜 #16DaysOfActivism
❗ Visit our website to find out why we’re calling for a change in the law to protect rape survivors’ privacy rights and #KeepCounsellingConfidential: https://bit.ly/3VgbG1O
We’d love you to join us on the 7th Dec 2022 for Santa in the City! It’s a fun and flat 5K through some iconic London landmarks. And the atmosphere will definitely get you feeling festive! 🎅
Sign up today! Yule be sorry if you don’t! Ho ho ho 🎅
Such energy and passion from these young people! 🙌 Youth work must be #youthled. We are so grateful to have been a part of this day 💜
🎥 Our Young People’s Action Group take us round the home of @SadiqKhan at City Hall for #YouthTakeoverDay
🙌 More than 200 young people connecting with employers offering opportunities across London.
@LocalVillageNet @metpoliceuk @londoncouncils @KingstonUni @charityworksUK
This is a powerful approach. Men and boys have a huge role to play here 💜 #IDEVAW #WhiteRibbonDay
We work with young people of all genders, educating them about healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviours. This #IDEVAW we’re highlighting the disproportionate abuse girls and young women face. LMK is on a mission to change this every day of the year 💜
For those of us who grew up in volatile environments, hypervigilance was a natural response. Sadly this can affect our relationships as we go through life. This article describes how you can practise self-awareness and when to seek help 💙
Is hypervigilance sabotaging your relationships? How to get it under control
Hypervigilance is a symptom of unresolved trauma and anxiety.
Sign the petition to join @RefugeCharity in telling the Government to act now
1 in 3 women experience online abuse.
Refuge is calling for the government to make sure the Online Safety Bill protects women and girls online.
⚠️ 95% of survivors of domestic abuse were not satisfied when they reported online abuse to social media platforms & 50% got no response at all‼️
We join @RefugeCharity in calling on the Government to bring back the #OnlineSafetyBill. Failure to progress this leaves many at risk
Our latest report findings reveal more than half of survivors receive no response from social media platforms when reporting online abuse. Social media companies are failing to protect women and girls. We are still #MarkedAsUnsafe online. http://bit.ly/3tSH2j4
We’re excited to now be including a free membership to the @Calm wellbeing app for all of our LMK Leaders and Programme Team as part of our wider employee benefits package. Our staff’s wellbeing is a top priority for us and central to our working culture.
The Big Give is one week away! The campaign launches on 29th November at 12 noon and for one week only your donations to LMK will be DOUBLED! 🤩
Save this link https://donate.thebiggive.org.uk/campaign/a056900002MSehLAAT ❤️
Thank you to @ChildhoodTrust for championing us!
Emotional abuse is sometimes seen as a lesser form of abuse but it can be just as devastating as other types of abuse. This is an incredibly powerful description. Thank you for sharing this @janeyjstarling
The best description of emotional abuse I’ve ever heard is from @laurenlaverne, in a column written almost a decade ago. It’s stayed with me ever since:
Teaching consent and exploring this in conversations with young people is a key part of our #10signs programme. From our conversations with young people, teachers and youth leaders we’re now developing a follow-up in-depth session on consent – it’s really clear this is needed.
🚨The increase in sexual harassment in schools is alarming. Young women must be able to learn in a safe environment. They should be free from harassment in all spaces. Teaching consent needs to be a priority in every school. Thank you @Girlguiding for spearheading this letter.
The number of young women experiencing sexual harassment from other students at school has increased in 8 years, yet only 1/3 of students are taught about consent. Our Advocates wrote to @GillianKeegan demanding better RSE in schools: https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/globalassets/docs-and-resources/research-and-campaigns/girlguiding-advocate-letter-to-rt-hon-gillian-keegan.pdf @educationgovuk
We join @RefugeCharity in urging Twitter to reconsider the decision to allow #AndrewTate back on the platform. We’re horrified that this kind of extreme misogyny, hate speech and violence is being allowed a platform and by the message this sends to young people.
Our CEO @RuthKDavison on the decision to allow #AndrewTate back onto Twitter.
‘The decision to allow Andrew Tate back onto Twitter shows that online misogyny is not only welcome, but apparently encouraged.
“Your experiences are valid”
@RespectUK are challenging some of the misconceptions around male victims of relationship abuse.
Their helpline is available for male victims of abuse and anyone supporting them.
Many of the men who call the Men’s Advice Line say they were reluctant to reach out because of misinformation around male victims of abuse. Today, we’re challenging that misinformation in our new blog.
This #InternationalMensDay please spread the word about the importance of learning about healthy relationships. 🙏💜
And if you work with young people in London, find out more about how we can work with you https://lmkletmeknow.org 
We’ve had many inspiring and insightful sessions with boys and young men. Thank you so much for engaging with us so honestly and thoughtfully. 
We’re lucky to have many brilliant male session leaders, as well as amazing young men on our Youth Advisory Board > https://lmkletmeknow.org/yab/ This gender representation and role modelling is so important. 
We are tackling this through our early prevention 10 signs programme with young people. We educate young people of all genders on healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviours, giving them the tools to recognise and avoid abusive behaviours in themselves and others.