Who Makes The News?
A mapping of the representation of women and men in news media worldwide. Provides information on gender representation as news subjects and reporters, with breakdowns by type of content and medium.
Whose Child Now? Fifteen years of working to prevent the sexual exploitation of children in the UK
A report on the work of Barnardos to prevent the sexual explotation of children. Includes statistics on the current situation, case histories, details of Barnardos prevention work and work with survivors, and recommendations to local authorities.
Women in Afghanistan: 10 years on
Short video testimonial on the situation of women in Afghanistan 10 years after the Taliban was ousted (2001).
Women's mapping project and evaluation of the Women's Night Centre
A project which aims to improve the strategic capacity of the Bristol Supporting People (SP) programme for meeting the gender specific housing support needs of vulnerable women, benefiting current and future women clients. This research will also be of benefit to providers of SP services for women (both mixed and women only provision) commissioners and wider stakeholders. Central to the research process is listening to the voices of women service users, practitioners, and key stakeholders.
Women's Resource Centre: Power and Prejudice
WRC’s comprehensive new report, ‘Power and Prejudice’, identifies the barriers facing women’s organisations in creating change on a local level, examines what tools can be used to support local engagement and offers clear, practical solutions to both public bodies and women’s organisations to improve engagement and services for women locally.
Working with Women Experiencing Domestic Abuse who have no recourse to Public Funds (NRPF).
Guidance and operational procedures on Working with Women Experiencing Domestic Abuse who have no recourse to Public Funds.
Young People, Media and Personal Relationships
This report is based on a research project entitled 'Young People, Media and Personal Relationships', which was conducted by the authors between June 2001 and July 2003. The project was funded by the Advertising Standards Authority, the British Board of Film Classification, the BBC, the Broadcasting Standards Commission and the Independent Television Commission.
Young people’s attitudes about violence
Men's violence against women is a global social problem and an enduring human rights issue. Feminist research and activism has maintained that to challenge and prevent men's violence against women, changing attitudes and behaviour are key. This briefing outlines a project that examined the views of Scottish 11 and 12 year olds about violence. It is written by Nancy Lombard based on her PhD research.