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The Write to End Violence Against Women Pledge

A charter for best practice in the reporting of violence against women and girls (VAWG) 
 
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Prevalence Campaign

Prevalence Campaign

The original six-month campaign used four posters to raise awareness about the reality and prevalence of child sexual abuse, rape and sexual assault, and domestic violence.
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Excuses Campaign

Excuses Campaign

This campaign directly challenged the excuses used by men to avoid taking responsibility for their violence.
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Feel like you're living in a war zone?

National domestic abuse campaign aimed at young people.
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Respect Education Resource

Respect Education Resource

The RESPECT programme has been developed for both primary and secondary schools in Scotland.  Through a series of activities the programme seeks to develop the discussion with children and young people about the links between violence against women and wider gender equality issues.
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Pleasure vs. Profit: Growing Up in Pornified Scotland

Pleasure vs. Profit: Growing Up in Pornified Scotland

Pleasure vs. Profit is a set of resources challenging porn culture and providing the facts about the industry behind the images. Find out how sexualisation and pornography affect young people in Scotland, and what you can do about it.
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Under Pressure Training: Preventing Gendered Abuse and Exploitation in Teen Relationships

Under Pressure Training: Preventing Gendered Abuse and Exploitation in Teen Relationships

The training is aimed at increasing awareness of the issue of abuse and sexual exploitation in young people’s relationships.
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Launch of the 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

A group of women’s charities, the National Union of Journalists Scotland and media partner, The National Newspaper are encouraging the public to get involved with the 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards and campaign.The public are invited to submit good (and bad) writing for consideration through the http://www.writetoendvaw.com website.
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Zero Tolerance submits response to Scottish Government 'Equally Safe' Consultation

Zero Tolerance has submitted our response to the Scottish Government's 'Equally Safe' Consultation, on whether or not it should make changes to the criminal law in Scotland, as it relates to violence against women (VAW).
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Zero Tolerance's submission to women and welfare inquiry consultation

Zero Tolerance has submitted a letter to the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee in response to their Women and Welfare Inquiry consultation.

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