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Activists across Scotland to challenge the sex industry

Press Release from Zero Tolerance and the Women's Support Project
Press Release : September 27, 2010
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The Scottish Gender-Based Violence Research Network has launched

The Scottish Gender-Based Violence Research Network has launched
News : September 2, 2010
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Volunteers wanted - 20 years celebrations

Help Zero Tolerance celebrate 20 years of pioneering work.
News : September 1, 2010
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Criminalisation of the Purchase and Sale of Sex

Response from Zero Tolerance to the consultation on Trish Godman's proposed member's Bill, February 2010
News : February 1, 2010
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Volunteer Opportunity

Help us spread the message that porn harms.
News : January 1, 2010
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Resources available from “Blurred Lines: Young men, pornography and sexually explicit materials”

Are you concerned by the use of pornography amongst young men?
Are you working with young men?  Like to know more about dealing with this issue?
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Zero Tolerance Consultation Response on the Licensing of Sexual Entertainment Venues

In 2013, the Scottish Government invited public consultation regarding the regulation of Sexual Entertainment Venues (SEVs).
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Welcoming Equally Safe

In June 2014 the Scottish Government and COSLA launched ʻEqually Safe: Scotlandʼs strategy for preventing and eradicating violence against women and girlsʼ.
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Vacancy: Zero Tolerance

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Nominations for 2014 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards now open.

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Write to End Violence Against Women Awa
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