Reforming Pornography Laws: Recommendations to Parliamentary Review

Are English laws on pornography fit for purpose? If not, how should the law be changed? These are some of the issues addressed in the evidence Professor Clare McGlynn gave to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Sexual Violence inquiry into sexual violence and pornography in April 2018. You can read the full evidence submission here. Based on Professor McGlynn’s research with Dr Fiona Vera-Gray, Dr Hannah Bows and Prof Erika Rackley, her main recommendations are:

CIH launches new domestic abuse pledge for housing organisations

A new pledge to tackle domestic abuse in housing has been launched by the Chartered Institute of Housing. The Make a Stand pledge has been developed by CIH in partnership with the Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) and Women’s Aid as part of Alison Inman’s presidential appeal. It consists of four commitments which housing organisations can make to support people who live and work in housing who are experiencing domestic abuse:

• To put in place and embed a policy to support residents who are experiencing domestic abuse

I Walk The Line

16 May 2018 - 19:30
The Vault Well-Being Centre CIC 31 Station Road, Wallsend NE28 6RL


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