Trust Your Instinct campaign
These two short films are part to the Trust Your Instincts Campaign, intended to encourage the early identification of stalking behaviour.TRUST YOUR INSTINCT from Orchid Films on Vimeo.
Under Pressure: Preventing Teen Abuse and Exploitation
The report on our Under Pressure training pilot, Under Pressure: Preventing Teen Abuse and Exploitation, found that youth workers across Scotland are seriously concerned about the prevalence of teen abuse in Scotland. Our original Under Pressure training was piloted across six local authorities in 2011 in partnership with YWCA Scotland.
Under Pressure: Youth worker responses to gendered abuse and exploitation
This follow-up report to ‘Under Pressure: Preventing Teen Abuse and Exploitation’ looks at the challenges faced by professionals working with young people on these issues, and how they can be overcome.
Understanding Men: Gender Sociology and the New International Research on Masculinities
Clark Lecture, Department of Sociology, University of Kansas, 19 September 2000
R.W.Connell, University of Sydney
1. Introduction: debates about men and boys
UNIFEM - Making a Difference
UNIFEM’s "Making a Difference" is a toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence based on knowledge learned by women and men working against VAW all over the world. The toolkit gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign.
Unlocking Sexual Abuse and Learning Difficulties
A guide for family carers and support staff on supporting adults with learning difficulties who have been sexually abused.
Simple, clear information on the sexual abuse of people with learning difficulties, including the law on abuse, signs to look out for, dealing with a disclosure and accessing support.
Unravelling Equality? A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Women in Coventry.
A Joint Report of the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, University of Warwick and Coventry Women's Voices.
The report examines eight broad areas where spending cuts are likely to have an impact on women. These areas are based on the priorities identified by individual women and women's voluntary organisations with whom we consulted during the drafting of the report.