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EVAW welcomes new Home Office teen abuse campaign - but where is DfE?
MTV and Hollyoaks support campaign which challenges abusive attitudes and behaviour...
We welcome London's new Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy
Boris Johnson's new strategy to end abuse shows a continued commitment to ending and preventing abuse...
#sexist2013 - nominations please!
Nominations are open for Sexist of the Year 2013, who will you nominate?
Children's Commissioner reports on Sexual Exploitation, Consent and Gangs
EVAW welcomes publication of final report of Children's Commissoner in-depth Inquiry & companion reports on consent and on sexual violence and
Miley Cyrus says she's a feminist in response to Rewind&Reframe!
Miley Cyrus was questioned by Radio 1 about the Rewind&Reframe parliamentary launch event on 11th November.
Rewind&Reframe launched: a platform for young women to speak out about sexism and racism in music videos
Leading women's groups have launched the Rewind&Reframe project to give a platform to young women to challenge sexist and racist stereotypes
Blurred Lines or old-fashioned sexism? 11 November, Parliament, SW1
Join Rewind & Reframe and Pop & Politics to debate tackling sexism and racism in music videos
Women's groups welcome new approach to prosecuting child sexual abuse
New CPS guidelines on prosecuting child sexual abuse cases following Jimmy Savile scandal have been welcomed by women's groups
Women's groups respond to Charlotte Church calling out sexism in the music industry
Charlotte church echoes what many young women feel about the sexualised representation of women in the music industry.
Sexualisation debated at Conservative Party conference
EVAW, Imkaan and the Conservative Women's Organisation co-hosted a fringe event on sexualisation at Conservative Party conference...
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