Zero Tolerance is seeking an interim Campaigns and Engagement Officer to contribute to its work to end violence against women in all its forms, through a prevention approach and promoting gender equal
The UK advertising watchdog, Advertising Standards Authority, is launching an investigation into negative gender portrayals in advertising.
Scottish young people need more support to counter harmful attitudes and stereotypes
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
"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
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
The Winter 2016 Newsletter of the VAW prevention network is now available online. The Prevention Network brings together professionals and activists from across Scotland who are working to prevent men's violence against women, in order to share expertise, information and good practice.
by Zero Tolerance Information and Communications Officer, Clare McKeown
Earlier this month, Zero Tolerance submitted a response to Jean Urquhart MSP’s consultation on reforming Scottish law.