The police already knew that Marc Chivers was a violent man and that he was a particular threat to women. In the past he had been convicted of the killing of a girlfriend, and had served time for assault against Maria Stubbings. When he was released from prison they assessed Maria as being at high …
The Protection Gap campaign is based on the idea that women seeking asylum should have the same rights as other women.
This discussion guide is to help with the use of campaign materials to facilitate discussion with teenagers on the issues surrounding abuse within their relationships.
We Will Inspire launched this campaign in 2014 because ‘we wanted to stop the damage caused by extremists poisoning young minds in our communities’.
In March 2015, the Government published its ‘Body Confidence Progress Report 2015’.
2014 is the third year of the combined Gender and Race Benchmark, with 114 organisations submitting confidential data – a 70% increase from 2012 when it was launched.
In September 2014, End Violence Against Women (EVAW) launched the ‘Women and Girls’ Safety Manifesto: Priorities for the General Election 2015′.
A major new petition is calling on Party Leaders to pledge to make Sex and Relationships Education compulsory to address abuse of women and girls.
On 6 February 2014 – International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation – the Government published a declaration to end Female Genital Mutilation in the UK and abroad.
A report by Maternity Action calls on the Government to take urgent action to tackle pregnancy discrimination.