VAWG Call for evidence

This call for evidence was reopened at 6pm on 12 March to further collect views from those with lived experience of, or views on, crimes considered as violence against women and girls. It is open to all genders. It previously ran for 10 weeks from 12:15am on 10 December 2020 to 11:45pm on 19 February 2021.

This consultation now closes at

Special programme of support for women whose busness have been affected due to Covid19 with the Millin Charity

The Millin Charity is thrilled to have received funds from the NET Coronavirus Appeal Fund at the Tyne & Wear and Northumberland Community Foundation to support local women whose businesses or start-ups have been affected or disrupted by Covid-19.

This programme will offer a range of specialist support over the next few months including one-to-one advice and specially tailored workshops. More information will be coming soon, but just wanted to let you know about some of the first response workshops we have booked in.

Police forces approach to digital downloads is unlawful’ – response to UK ICO report – Centre for Women’s Justice

A report published by the UK Information Commissioner’s Office found that police forces are routinely processing ‘potentially excessive’ sensitive personal data belonging to members of the public from mobile phones in the course of criminal investigations.


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