Letting Children be Children: Report of an Independent Review of the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood
This Review aims to assess how children in this country are being pressured to grow up too quickly, and sets out some of the things that businesses and their regulators, as well as Government, can do to minimise the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood. There are more detailed recommendations in each chapter of the report.
Loosely based on a true case, this film examines the issues of human trafficking and sexual slavery.
DIRECTOR: Lukas Moodysson
NOTABLE APPEARANCES: Oksana Akinshina
DATE OF RELEASE: 2002
COUNTRY: Sweden, Denmark
LANGUAGE: Russian, Swedish, English
RUNNING TIME: 109 mins
KEY THEMES/ ISSUES: Sexual slavery, prostitution, human trafficking
Listening to African Voices Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting among Immigrants in Hamburg: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice
A study on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting among Immigrants in Hamburg.
Alice Behrendt 2010
Listening to the voices of women experiencing problematic substance abuse and gender based violence
Summary of results from focus groups with women experiencing gender based violence and substance misuse, giving their views on access to appropriate services. Covers issues including stigmatisation, safe accommodation and child contact.
Read summary here.
Making a Difference: Young People Speak to Scottish Ministers About their Priorities for the National Domestic Abuse Delivery Plan for Children and Young People
Making a Difference Report
This was written in collaboration with Scottish Women's Aid, as part of the work of the Scottish National Domestic Abuse Delivery Group to ensure the participation of children and young people in the development of the National Domestic Abuse Delivery Plan for Children and Young People in 2008.
Making Sense of Early Intervention: A framework for professionals
This briefing paper provides a framework for early intervention for professionals taking crucial commissioning and funding decisions at the local authority level. It distils key common threads from the plethora of recent reports on the pressing need for this approach.
Making the links - Disabled women and domestic violence
This is the final report on the first ever national UK study of the needs of disabled women experiencing domestic violence and of the services available to meet these needs. For many years, Women's Aid, together with many disabled women activists and some disability organisations, has recognised the lack in the UK both of national research, and of systematic services and policies, on disability and domestic abuse.