• How we can help

    Domestic violence happens more often than you would think and everyone can be confronted with it, be it male or female, young or old. You often hear about (ex-) partners and female victims, but men can also be the victim. Stichting Wende helps by providing shelter, advice, ambulatory care and support.

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  • What is domestic violence?

    Domestic violence is any type of violence within a relationship. This can be physical violence, but also psychological or sexual violence. Examples include hitting someone, humiliating someone, threatening someone, cursing at someone or forcing someone to have sex.

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    What is domestic violence?

What is domestic violence?

Domestic violence may be: hitting someone, humiliating someone, threatening someone, cursing at someone or forcing someone to have sex. However, it could take the shape or form of any type of violence within a relationship. It can be physical violence as well as psychological or sexual violence.

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Knowledge Centre

Stichting Wende is a knowledge centre about what domestic violence is and how to recognize it. We want to share this knowledge as much as possible, so that this knowledge can be used effectively and properly.


He took away all my things and left me alone on the street in front of a department store in Paris, for hours. I was just standing there, surprised and confused, not knowing what to do.

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Cooperation

Stichting Wende is one of the many chain partners in addressing domestic violence. Curious with whom we cooperate even more?

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