Ending violence against women and girls

Revenge porn laws not fit for purpose

Laws covering so-called revenge porn are not fit for purpose and police still need more training, experts say. Victims should receive anonymity and laws need to include threats to share images, according to Sophie Mortimer from the Revenge Porn helpline.

Figures from 19 forces in England and Wales revealed police investigations have doubled in the last four years but the number of charges has fallen.

The National Police Chiefs Council said forces take the crime "very seriously".

Tommy Robinson: women’s groups reject euro election bid – EVAW

Anger at far right leader’s pledge of MEP salary to rape victims – women call out racism and misogyny

Reacting with fury against so-called ‘Tommy Robinson’s’ candidacy in the Euro elections, and his outrageous use of campaigning messages related to child sexual abuse, 43 women and women’s organisations have written an open letter to voters and community leaders in the North West region, rejecting his vile claims and calling out his racism and misogyny.

Law in the Making empowers survivors to influence the domestic abuse bill through innovative new project – Women’s Aid

Women’s Aid has launched an innovative new project to support survivors of domestic abuse to engage with the law and empower them to bring about real change for future survivors as the landmark domestic abuse bill goes through parliament.

Data Analyst – Rape Crisis Tyneside and Northumberland – Newcastle

  • Contract: Part-time, 4 days per week until May 2020.
  • Salary: £18,212 (4 days) (FTE pt £22,462)
  • Salary under review and overtime sometimes available.

We are looking for a woman who has a genuine enthusiasm for all forms of data who enjoys discovering information that will help identify future trends. You must be confident in constructing Access queries and extrapolating results for statistical analysis.

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