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White Ribbon Day - November 25 2012

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November 25 is White Ribbon Day, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Each year on this day men and women from around the world are encouraged to pledge their support to stop violence against women. Wearing a white ribbon is a symbol of this oath.

Tacklenappy personally encourages you to visit to find out more about this campaign.

You can contribute in numerous way, but start with sharing the message via social media (click here for badges, banners...etc already designed for Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook..etc), and of course, swear the oath.

So it's time to stand side-by-side with TackleNappy and thousands of others and swear the oath.

Last modified on Wednesday, 21 November 2012 11:24

Bucky is a proud triple dad to three girls aged eight and under (Bookworm, Foghorn and Boo). He left the full time corporate world in late 2012 and he's not sure whether he's a SAHD or a WAHD, but either way he's spenidng more time at home with his family. Once upon a time Bucky played guitar for a garage band, now he can only play nursery rhymes.

Bucky would like to be an official chocolate, beer and scotch tester - please contact him here if you can help with this.Aussie Daddy Blogger Member

You can follow Bucky on nearly every social media network known to man, but maybe start with Twitter. You can also follow his dog on Twitter if you really like.

You can give Bucky Klout for "Parenting", "Dads" or "Social Media" here (Thanks!).

Bucky is a proud Aussie Daddy Blogger.



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