Aurora New Dawn

is a registered charity giving safety, support, advocacy and empowerment to survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

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Sexual violence

Our Advocates (ISVAs) work with male and female survivors aged over 16 years to provide tailored support when it's most needed, including through the criminal justice system.


Stalking is a crime. Our dedicated Stalking Advocacy service is delivered in partnership with national service Paladin to ensure that victims are supported, protected and safe.

Domestic violence & abuse

Our Advocates (IDVAs) provide support to male and female victims of abuse to reduce risk and increase the safety of survivors and children. Our IRIS service improves prevention and intervention within health services.

From the team blog

Stalking Awareness Week

Who stalks? A stalker could be an ex-partner, a friend, a colleague, a professional you know, an acquaintance or a stranger. How do they stalk? There is no legal definition of stalking, but it is generally understood to be a fixation on someone demonstrated through a series of unwanted behaviours that may seem subtle or […]

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Job Vacancy – Independent Domestic Violence Advocate

  INDEPENDANT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ADVOCATE (IDVA) – EASTLEIGH & NEW FOREST  Hours:  Full-Time:           40 Hours per week   Salary:                 GRADE 7: £22,100 (Unaccredited)   GRADE 8:            £26,276 (On completion of SafeLives IDVA Accreditation)      Duration:             Funding until March 2017 Role: The IDVA role centres on the provision of a high-quality frontline service to those victims of domestic abuse who are […]

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