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Save the date: Zero Tolerance hosts Primary Prevention Conference with University of Stirling

UPDATE: We have decided to postpone the date for our Primary Prevention Conference, originally planned for 1 November. We anticipate that this will be rescheduled for early February 2018 but will send out a second save the date in due course. We thank you for your patience - please do keep an eye out for the next save the date!

25 years ago, Zero Tolerance launched a powerful campaign which told people, uncompromisingly, that sexual violence and domestic abuse are never acceptable. 25 years later our vision remains of a world free of violence against women. Today, we work to achieve this through a focus on primary prevention - challenging the social attitudes and values which permit violence against women to occur.

As part of our 25th anniversary celebrations, we invite you to save the date for our conference on primary prevention, which we are hosting in partnership with the Centre for Gender and Feminist Studies at the University of Stirling. On Wednesday 1 November 2017 we are bringing academics and practitioners in gender based violence and gender equality together, to discuss developments and findings in primary prevention. The conference will include seminars on a range of topics where you will have the chance to discuss what works and what are the next steps to ensuring a world free of violence against women.

We will release further details about the agenda, speakers and venue in the coming weeks, but for now please save the date!

Date: Wednesday 1 November 2017
Location: TBC

 
 

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