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Dr. Lesley Orr, acting chair of Zero Tolerance, is named Woman of Influence 2012.

The Action for Children Scotland Woman of Influence Awards exist to encourage, support and recognise influential women in Scotland. The annual awards ceremony celebrates women from many arenas who have made a remarkable impact on Scottish Society.
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Two thirds of youth workers fear young people are involved in abusive relationships.

Zero Tolerance and YWCA Scotland have today published a report of a training pilot, “Under Pressure: Preventing Teen Abuse and Exploitation” which found that youth workers across S
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Pleasure vs Profit microsite launched

The Pleasure vs. Profit resource, developed by Zero Tolerance and the Women’s Support Project, now has its own website providing young-people with friendly information about the porn industry.
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PACT helps employers cut the cost of violence

In advance of the Scottish Parliament’s debate on Thursday 8th December on violence against women
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‘Under Pressure’ training pilot complete: So what's next?

Initial training evaluation findings released.
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Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2011: Legislation becomes Law

The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Bill was approved by the Scottish Parliament on Wednesday 16 March.
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Report unveils the extent of child trafficking in Scotland.

Scottish police have been criticised for lack of action over child trafficking.

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Zero Tolerance joins demand for resignation of Bill Aitken over rape comments

UPDATE: The Conservative MSP Bill Aitken resigned as convener of the justice committee at Holyrood after comments he made on prostitution in an area where a woman was allegedly raped led to a public outcry calling for his resignation.
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Women's refuge chief returns OBE in protest over cuts

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Retracting rape and domestic violence allegations: CPS launches public consultation

Individuals who retract truthful allegations of rape or domestic violence out of fear are less likely to be prosecuted under proposed new guidelines.
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