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Sexual harassment in schools

Sexual harassment in schools

Headlines have been dominated this week by reports highlighting the problem of sexual harassment in schools. While studies have focused on different areas, together they paint a coherent picture: sex and relationships education in schools is not up to scratch.

by Zero Tolerance Media & Events Officer, Lydia House

Posted: September 16, 2016
Blog category: feminism, early years, gender
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Media reporting and Spalding

Media reporting and Spalding

How media reporting fails when talking about men's violence against women.

by Zero Tolerance Media & Events Officer, Lydia House

Posted: August 9, 2016
Blog category: media
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Women, Media, Politics

Women, Media, Politics

This event was organised to discuss what it means to be a feminist in the public sphere – both for individuals and for politicians and women who are in the public eye.

Posted: July 2, 2016
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EU referendum - have your say

EU referendum - have your say

On Thursday 23 June, the UK is holding a referendum to decide whether we want to remain in the European Union or leave. 

Posted: June 15, 2016
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Making the internet a safer place for everyone

Making the internet a safer place for everyone

Cross party campaign 'Reclaim the Internet' launched after shocking stats on online harassement are released.

by Zero Tolerance Media & Events Officer, Lydia House
Posted: May 26, 2016
Blog category: sexual harrassment
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The Ferret conference shows ways in which investigative journalism can challenge gender inequality

The Ferret conference shows ways in which investigative journalism can challenge gender inequality

On Saturday the 23rd of April our campaigns and engagement officer, Liz, attended The Ferret's inaugaral investigative journalism conference. Here are a few of her thoughts!
Posted: April 27, 2016
Blog category: media
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ZT publishes new guidance for employers

ZT publishes new guidance for employers

We’ve updated our PACT guidance and added a new toolkit for Employers

Posted: March 18, 2016
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Dear Jenny

Dear Jenny

In early January, our long-time director, Jenny Kemp moved on to a new post at EIS. Her expertise, experience, passion and good humour will be sorely missed by everyone at Zero Tolerance, though we're delighted she will be bringing her considerable talents to the education sector. Our Board Chair, Margaret Small, reflects on Jenny's contribution to Zero Tolerance.

by Zero Tolerance Acting Chair, Margaret Small

Posted: January 22, 2016
Blog category: zero tolerance
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What can the reporting of the Cologne attacks tell us about men’s violence against women?

What can the reporting of the Cologne attacks tell us about men’s violence against women?

"Sexual assault and rape occurs in all countries around the world - it may take different forms because of the specific economic, social and political structures in a country but sexism and misogyny are endemic." Tanita reflects on the media coverage and response of the recent attacks in Cologne.

by guest blogger, Tanita Louise Maxwell 

Posted: January 20, 2016
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Equally Protected? Powerful new evidence on child physical punishment highlights need for law reform

Equally Protected? Powerful new evidence on child physical punishment highlights need for law reform

Zero Tolerance is proud to be a member of Children Are Unbeatable, the alliance to end child physical punishment. We welcome important new research which confirms that physical punishment damages children’s wellbeing and carries the risk of escalation into physical abuse.

by outgoing Zero Tolerance Co-director, Jenny Kemp

Posted: January 18, 2016
Blog category: children
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