Monika Radojevic wrote this poem in memory of all the women who have died from the so-called ‘rough sex defence’ – a murder defence used by perpetrators to explain the the killing or violent injury of women and girls during
Lilly-Ann Jones is a videographer and has created a film depicting her mum Jenny and her aunt Billie reflecting on the abuse they endured as children growing up in Harrow, West London. In this article, we get to watch Lilly-Ann’s
Written by Rashida Simpson, Digital Campaigns Officer at UK SAYS NO MORE The impact of sexual violence is far reaching, and knowing how to help someone who has experienced sexual violence can involve a melting pot of emotions. The act
In light of sexual violence week and the recent conviction of Britan’s most prolific rapist. Simran Dhillon takes a look at sexual violence against men.
In the United Kingdom, rape convictions are falling. This blog shows us the data, the reports and the responses.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the US. To learn more visit nsvrc.org/saam. Your voice matters when it comes to talking about sexual violence. We all have preconceptions, and undoubtedly, misunderstandings about sexual violence, consent and healthy relationships. Many of
Kingston Council pledge to say NO MORE to domestic violence and sexual assault The partnership between Kingston Council and UK SAYS NO MORE was officially launched at the annual Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Partnership conference in the borough’s prestigious Guildhall
How can sexual abuse and sexual violence be prevented in the UK? By Counselling Directory member Yvonne J Douglas Sexual abuse is an age-old problem affecting far too many and more than we care to imagine. With the recent spate
By Anna Sereni, Anti-Human Trafficking Team Leader at Hestia. A place to pine and suffer, Human Trafficking: The case of Albania ‘Countries with more gender equality have better economic growth. Companies with more women leaders perform better. Peace agreements that include
A new report from the Women and Equalities Committee exposes the shocking levels of sexual harassment and violence which is not being tackled appropriately in English schools. Some key statistics from the report: almost a third (29%) of 16-18 year old