"The default setting": what parents say about gender stereotyping in their children’s early years
Our report, “the default setting” is the result of a large scale survey Zero Tolerance undertook with over 1300 parents and caregivers on gender stereotyping and children.
'Sexism is a waste...': the need to tackle violence and misogyny in Scotland's workplaces
Violence Against Women (VAW) will affect the lives of 1 in 3 women worldwide.
Handle with Care Media Guide
Zero Tolerance has recently produced Handle With Care: A guide to responsible media reporting of violence against women, offering advice on various issues from interviewing survivors to providing relevant context and ensuring that violence is neither trivialised nor sensationalised.
Healthy relationships in early primary settings
In Spring of 2016, Zero Tolerance undertook research to establish what work is currently being carried out with young children aged 5-8 on encouraging healthy relationships, and determine its co
Just like a child
This guide to preventing gender stereotyping in the early years is aimed at childcare professionals who work directly with very young children, and who are in contact with their parents and carers. It provides resources to support professionals and parents to raise children who are not limited by outdated or restrictive ideas of what is suitable for boys and for girls.
Money and Power: Commercial Sexual Exploitation DVD & Resource
Created in partnership with the Women’s Support Project, the CSE Resource Pack is a comprehensive tool for learning more about the sex industry and challenging the normalisation of sexual exploitation.
one thousand words: stock images for journalists reporting on domestic abuse
Poor representation of violence against women in the media is a burning issue.
PACT with Business
Zero Tolerance has developed the PACT programme for businesses in Scotland.
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.