Emma Watson is once again using her voice to empower women and speak out against injustice.

The 30-year-old “Little Women” actress doesn’t rest when it comes to advocating for women around the globe. Her latest tweet seemingly serves as a public service announcement to those who may be experiencing domestic violence or abuse.

While the UK is on lockdown and people are expected to remain at home, Watson points out “Isolation advice does NOT apply,” to those suffering from domestic violence.

In her Thursday tweet, she shared screenshots of hotlines and online resources that people can utilize to help protect themselves from violence and abuse. The list includes calling “999” for emergencies, as well as information for those concerned about the wellbeing of children, members of the LGBTQ+ community and other chat services that help determine the best solution to providing safety for survivors.

More time at home means a higher risk for those already suffering from domestic abuse to experience it at an increased rate. The Guardian reported a 700% increase in helpline calls to Refuge, the UK’s largest domestic abuse charity, and other nations around the world are experiencing domestic abuse numbers like never before. The United Nations called for “urgent action” to be taken to battle the alarmingly escalating worldwide surge in domestic violence, The New York Times reported.

Watson’s Thursday tweet isn’t the first time she’s addressed this crisis on social media.

“What’s needed from UK gov?” she wrote on Twitter Monday, before sharing her thoughts on government measures that should be taken to combat this violence, along with a retweet of End Violence Against Women Coalition’s (EVAW) tweet calling on the UK government to “act now.”

Watson is also a member of the G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council that was founded by Canada in 2018 and includes other women’s rights activists like Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. On Monday, Watson also shared the statements of she and other fellow G7 members that encourage governments everywhere to “apply a gender lens” to COVID-19.

Emma Watson Emma Watson attends the "Little Women" premiere at Museum of Modern Art on Dec. 7, 2019 in New York City. Photo: Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images