News

May 2015

Massive increase in reports to police of child sexual abuse

Operation Hydrant shows 71% rise in survivors of recent & historic abuse coming forward to police

Former Oxford student sues university for failure to investigate rape

Oxford's policy on response to sexual assault discriminates against women

April 2015

General Election: What will the Parties do to end violence against women & girls?

EVAW writes to party leaders asking them to set out policies on VAWG

March 2015

Women's groups disappointed at MPs' recommendation for rape suspect anonymity

EVAW response to Home Affairs Committee report which is also incorrect on 'false allegations'

Successful passing of Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence (Wales) Bill

EVAW welcomes Welsh Assembly’s ground-breaking new legislation

'Consent lessons': EVAW very disappointed that they will not be compulsory

EVAW responds to Education Secretary Nicky Morgan's Women's Day announcement...

Child Sexual Exploitation: Action needed on Schools, Services & Attitudes

EVAW response to Oxford report and Government announcements

February 2015

UK's reputation on women's rights undermined by patchy provision of life-saving support services

EVAW urges UK Government to ratify Istanbul Convention without delay

Women's groups urge MPs to vote against sex selective abortion amendment

Proposal is unevidenced and could negatively impact women at risk

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