In this section you will find EVAW Coalition reports, bulletins and campaign materials, and useful resources produced by other organisations.

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Sexualised Sexism: Popular Culture, Sexualisation, and Violence Against Women & Girls

A short briefing paper reviewing current academic debate on sexualisation and critiquing the mainstream tendency to problematise sexualisation

EVAW Coalition submission to Amnesty International UK consultation on prostitution policy, March 2014

EVAW's submission to AIUK's consultation on prostitution policy

New Technology: Same Old Problems, Dec 2013

EVAW report of a roundtable on social media and violence against women and girls.

EVAW submission to CMS Select Cttee inquiry into online safety, Sept 2013

EVAW submission to Culture, Media & Sport Parliamentary Select Cttee inquiry into online safety, September 2013

Survey of Thurrock secondary schools, July 2013

EVAW is surveying the policies and practices of secondary schools in four English boroughs in order to ascertain current school action on preventing

Deeds or Words, May 2013

Compiled by the EVAW Coalition's Network of experts on the prevention of violence against women and girls, this report assesses Westminster government

EVAW response to National Curriculum proposals

EVAW's response to the Department for Education on proposed new National Curriculum framework and programmes of study, April 2013.

IOC letter in reply to EVAW regarding London 2012

IOC's response to EVAW following our correspondence with them on what we believe to have been successes and failures at London 2012

Letter to IOC, following London 2012 campaign

EVAW's letter to IOC President Jacques Rogge in early 2013 enclosing our report on sport and violence against women and summarising what was

Just the Women

EVAW, Eaves, Equality Now, Object made this joint evaluation of UK newspapers' portrayal of women, including the way crimes of violence against

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