Join the #faceherfuture campaign defending women's rights post-Brexit

For hundreds of years, women have worked to achieve basic rights at home, at work and in public life; rights that could be eroded when Britain leaves the European Union. We launched #FaceHerFuture with over 20 women's and equalities organisations as a collective call to action to defend our rights, and chart a course for a more equal, progressive future.

Cambridge House, Knowl View and Rochdale: Investigation Report

The report is concerned with the institutional responses of the council, the police and the Crown Prosecution Service into child sexual abuse in Rochdale between the early 1960s and the mid 1990s.

It highlights the vulnerability of the children at the council-run Knowl View School and how the institution failed to keep pupils safe from harm for 25 years. It finds staff complacent and arguably complicit.

Comic Relief funding: Tackling violence against women and girls

Comic Relief has announced the launch of a £4 million grant initiative to support organisations that are working to end violence and abuse experienced by women and girls across the UK. The application phase will run from 17 April to midday, 2 July 2018. The initiative is funded by Comic Relief with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and governments in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, with government funds raised through the Tampon Tax.

Safe at Home: SafeLives and Gentoo research

New research by SafeLives and Gentoo looks at the vital role housing providers can play in the response to domestic abuse. Given that domestic abuse is largely perpetrated at home, housing providers can play a unique role in supporting victims of abuse who are their tenants, and holding perpetrators to account. The research from SafeLives and Gentoo found that improving the housing response to domestic abuse, not only supports more victims, survivors and children, but also makes financial sense. 

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