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December 2016

Michelle Thomson MP commended for speaking out about being raped at age of 14

Powerful description of why she did not tell others so as to protect them from pain

Stalking & New Funding for Support Services - Response

Release of #FemicideCensus shows why urgent action needed

Chairs of five parliamentary Committees back calls for SRE

In a letter to Secretary of State for Education, five influential parliamentary committee chairs have called for compulsory Sex and Relationships

November 2016

Women's groups disappointed by the government's response to sexual violence in schools

The End Violence Against Women Coalition welcomed the authoritative and far reaching report into sexual violence in schools, but the Government’s

Mayor's report finds support for survivors of sexual violence lacking in the Capital

EVAW responds to London Sexual Violence Needs Assessment

Ending Violence Against Women Media Awards - Winners Announced

We announce the winners for our first ever Media Awards

Women's Aid's Polly Neate on why Ending VAWG Media Awards matter

One of our Media Awards judges on why it was so important to take part

Report reveals state is failing victims of domestic violence murders

Report by EVAW member Standing Together shows systemic failings in response to domestic violence murders.

Lords hear proposal for anonymity would undermine efforts to bring sexual offenders to justice

EVAW welcomed the Government and Opposition’s decision not to single out people potentially involved in sexual offences for special treatment

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