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Addressing Violence Against Women Making the case

This briefing paper provides background information to support the case for a coordinated, integrated approach which effectively addresses violence against women at a local level. It is intended to support local Multi-agency Violence Against Women Partnerships (MAPs) and key partners to ‘make the case’ for continuing to support and develop the violence against women agenda across Scotland.
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Adult Entertainment or Exploitation?

A short, accessible booklet addressing some of the myths about the adult entertainment industry.
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Africa Rising: The Grassroots Movement to End Female Genital Mutilation

DIRECTOR: Paula Heredia DATE OF RELEASE: 2009 NOTABLE APPEARANCES: Efua Dorkenoo, International Anti-FGM activist, Author Ghana/UK (narrator) COUNTRY: USA LANGUAGES: English, French, Somali, Swahili, English subtitles RUNNING TIME: 62 mins KEY ISSUES/ THEMES: Female genital mutilation, global feminism
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An Evaluation of the Scottish Office Domestic Violence Media Campaign (Research Findings) by the Scottish Office

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Anti-porn slideshow

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Are Women as Violent as Men in Intimate Relationships? PDF Powerpoint presentation by Michael Johnson

PowerPoint pdf presentation by Michael Johnson Ph.D. held at Glasgow Caledonian University on February 20th 2014.
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Argyll & Clyde VAW Training Consortium

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Argyll and Clyde Domestic Abuse Prevalence Study 2004

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Asylum-Seeking Women - Violence and Health

A study seeking to address the evidence gaps on violence, women's health and their experiences in the asylum system by interviewing asylum-seeking women in Scotland, Italy and Belgium.
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Awareness raising campaign

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