"Boys get told they should be tough. Girls get told they should be skinny" (Primary 6 girl): Findings from the 'What's Gender Got to do With it?' Primary School Project
This report reflects analytically on the development, conduct and outcomes of ‘What’s Gender got to do With it?’, an initiative run by the Reduce Abuse Project in West Dunbartonshire Primary Schools in 2011. The report’s objectives are to:
"Crush" screenplay and resource pack
A resource to guide pupils from S3-6 and teachers through an exploration of the issues of teen abuse, gender stereotyping and bullying and the problems these issues can cause for young people. There will an opportunity to discuss potential solutions and support systems that young people can access if the issues are relevant to them.
"Gold Stars and Dragon Marks" screen play and resorce pack.
A resource to guide pupils from primary 4-7 and teachers through an exploration of the issues of domestic abuse and bullying, and the problems these can cause for children and young people.
Gold Stars and Dragon Marks from Zero Tolerance on Vimeo.
1 Woman, 18 Men, 1 Day
This short film aims to highlight the realities of prostitution and the harm of having to constantly submit to unwanted sex.
15 YEARS OF THE UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ITS CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES (1994-2009) - A CRITICAL REVIEW
Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences, Yakin Ertürk
The establishment of the Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women (SRVAW) mandate and the appointment of an incumbent in 1994 was part of a series of developments that finally accorded explicit recognition to violence against women (VAW) as a human rights concern within the United Nations.
18 myths on prostitution - European Women's Lobby
In the framework of its campaign ‘Together for a Europe free from prostitution’, and at the eve of a vote on a report on prostitution in the European Parliament, the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) has developed a leaflet answering to the most frequent assumptions on prostitution. 18 myths are therefore looked at from a gender equality and women’s rights perspective.
2009/10 Scottish Crime And Justice Survey: Partner Abuse (09/12/10)
2009/10 Scottish Crime And Justice Survey: Partner Abuse (09/12/10): Partner Abuse Self-Completion Module From The Scottish Crime And Justice Survey
A Baseline Study of Domestic Abuse Prevention Activities in Seven Local Authorities in Scotland
This report creates the first baseline of domestic abuse prevention work in a sample of seven Scottish local authorities. The focus of the study is on primary prevention. This is work with children and young people which is aimed at preventing violence before it happens. There is some interlinking with secondary prevention, which is work that targets women and children who have experienced domestic abuse.
A Baseline Survey in Glasgow and Edinburgh on the Beliefs, Views and Experiences of FGM (2010)
The objectives of this research were; to gain general insights form men and women who come form FGM practicing communities; to increase knowledge about women and girls affected by FGM in Scotland; and to provide preliminary information for future grounded research of FGM and its impact in Scotland.
A Coordinated Prostitution Strategy and a summary of responses to Paying the Price
Outline of the 2006 strategy on prostitution for England and Wales, including responses to the 2004 consultation.