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Unchecked Power And Inequality Will Always Enable And Mask Abusers
Just 9% Of Reports Of Domestic Abuse Perpetrated By Police Officers Result In Criminal Charges
Just Days After The Government Introduced Its #RightsRemovalBill, Trying To Strip Us Of Our Ability To Challenge Police Failings... The Met Is Placed In Special Measures For Critical Shortcomings Around Violence Against Women, Abuse Perpetrated By Officers, Racism And Misogyny
Photo Of The Three Hijabis, Level Up And EVAW Campaigners And Logos
The Government Is Ripping Up Our Human Rights Laws
Placard That Says 'we Resist The Anti-refugee Laws'
One Year On From The Government's #RapeReview, What Does Their Progress Report Tell Us? The Reality Is Little Has Changed For Survivors. Despite Commitments To Improve A System That Treats Survivors Poorly And Fails To Deliver Justice, Here's What We’ve Seen In The Last Year
The Write To End Violence Against Women Awards
Last Year, Ofsted Published A Review Into Sexual Abuse In Schools, Finding 9 In 10 Girls Experience Abuse. But Schools Were Failing Girls In Their Care, Who Learn Sexual Violence Is "not Important" And Rarely Challenged. Since Then, What's Changed?
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Three Placards That Read: Counselling Is Not A Courtroom, Therapy Notes Do Not Belong On Trial, Keep Counselling Confidential
No Perpetrator Should Be Able To Use Their Power And Status To Abuse Women And Girls With Impunity
Three Women Taking Selfies
Human Rights Are Central To The Fight To End Violence Against Women
We Can't Rebuild Trust And Confidence In Our Justice Agencies Without Transparency And Accountability!
A Placard That Reads 'injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere'
Placard That Reads 'We Resist The Raid On Our Rights'
Placards That Read 'violence Against Women And Girls Is Not Inevitable' And 'a Different World Is Possible!'
Woman Holding A Placard That Reads 'stop Blaming The Victim'
Three Women Taking Selfies
Last Year, Ofsted Published A Review Into Sexual Abuse In Schools, Finding 9 In 10 Girls Experience Abuse. But Schools Were Failing Girls In Their Care, Who Learn Sexual Violence Is "not Important" And Rarely Challenged. Since Then, What's Changed?
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