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Spotlight on Scottish Media: who makes the news?

Results from our Media Monitoring project: part 4

Posted: May 1, 2018
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Zero Tolerance 1992 Campaign: The Public’s Response

Maria Sofou, a student in Gender Studies at Stirling University, has been researching our archives and finding out more about our 1992 campaign. She will be writing a series of blogs about our poster campaign over the coming weeks.

Posted: May 1, 2018
Blog category: zero tolerance, feminism
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A Feminist Campaign

A Feminist Campaign

Maria Sofou, a student in Gender Studies at Stirling University, has been researching our archives and finding out more about our 1992 campaign. She will be writing a series of blogs about our poster campaign over the coming weeks. 

Posted: April 9, 2018
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Spotlight on the media: why are we still blaming the victim?

Results from our Media Monitoring project: part 3 

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Spotlight on Scottish Media: Language matters

Results from our Media Monitoring project: part 2 

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Spotlight on Scottish Media: what's the story?

Results from our Media Monitoring project: part 1 

Posted: March 20, 2018
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Violence against women and the Gender Recognition Act

Violence against women and the Gender Recognition Act

Since the Government announced its review of the 2004 Gender Recognition Act (GRA), there has been much debate about the proposed reforms, with harmful stereotypes and untruths being perpetuated at th
Posted: March 1, 2018
Blog category: feminism
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The power of zero: how a bold Scotland-based campaign changed the world's thinking about sexual violence

The power of zero: how a bold Scotland-based campaign changed the world's thinking about sexual violence

On Thursday 29th June we hosted an afternoon of conversation at Glasgow Women's Library in celebration of our 25th anniversary.
Posted: July 25, 2017
Blog category: feminism
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Taking Stalking Seriously

Taking Stalking Seriously

This week we are pleased to host a guest blog from the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, a charity working to reduce the risk of violence and aggressio
Posted: June 13, 2017
Blog category: sexual harrassment
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Media representation of violence against women: why do the papers give celebrities a pass?

Media representation of violence against women: why do the papers give celebrities a pass?

This blog is the fourth in a series in which Claire Simpson, PhD student at the University of Stirling discusses the results of her media monitoring project.

Posted: May 16, 2017
Blog category: zero tolerance, prevention education, gender
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