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Advertising Standards Authority invites comments on gender stereotyping in adverts

The UK advertising watchdog, Advertising Standards Authority, is launching an investigation into negative gender portrayals in advertising.
News : May 31, 2016
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Zero Tolerance releases gender stereotyping survey "the default setting"

Zero Tolerance has released a report today on gender stereotyping, the result of a survey undertaken with over 1300 parents and caregivers in late 2015.

News : April 22, 2016
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Feel like you're living in a war zone?

National domestic abuse campaign aimed at young people.
News : February 1, 2016
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Winter 2016 Newsletter of the VAW prevention network

The Winter 2016 Newsletter of the VAW prevention network is now available online. The Prevention Network brings together professionals and activists from across Scotland who are working to prevent men's violence against women, in order to share expertise, information and good practice.
News : January 12, 2016
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Zero Tolerance response to the Prostitution Law Reform (Scotland) Bill Consultation

Earlier this month, Zero Tolerance submitted a response to Jean Urquhart MSP’s consultation on reforming Scottish law.
News : December 21, 2015
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Support us: new membership scheme launched

Zero Tolerance today launched a new membership scheme to encourage individuals and organisations to sign up
News : December 3, 2015
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Zero Tolerance submits response to Scottish Government Consultation on the 'Abusive Behaviour and Sexual Harm Bill'

Zero Tolerance has submitted a consultation response to the Abusive Behaviour and Sexual
News : November 20, 2015
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We need parents' views on gender!

Calling all parents in Scotland with children under 10. Do you have five minutes to tell us a bit about what you think about gender equality in early childhood? We want to hear from you about gender stereotypes.
News : November 3, 2015
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No Amnesty Day of Global Action

Today, Zero Tolerance is supporting the “No Amnesty Day of Global Action”. We believe that Amnesty International has got it wrong on prostitution by supporting full decriminalisation of the sex trade. We hope that the current debate willl enable a conversation about a new approach in Scotland, that starts from questioning why men buy sex.

News : October 23, 2015
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Autumn 2015 Newsletter of the VAW Prevention Network

The Prevention Network brings together professionals and activists from across Scotland who are working to prevent men's violence against women, in order to share expertise, information and good practice.

News : September 23, 2015
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