Zero Tolerance is a Scottish charity working to end men’s violence against women by promoting gender equality and challenging attitudes that normalise violence and abuse.
Zero Tolerance 2020 - 2021 Annual Report
Highlights of our work from 1 April 2020 - 31 March 2021. Thank you to everyone who worked with us and supported our work during this time.
Primary Prevention Briefing
Our Primary Prevention Briefing sets out what everyone can do to play their part in building a Scotland where violence against women and girls is no longer tolerated.
Violence Unseen Re-Imagined
Violence Unseen Re-Imagined is an online photography exhibition that aims to put unacknowledged and often unseen forms of violence against women on the map.
What about a boys' night in?
Guest blogger, Heather Farley, writes about the increase of spiking during fresher's week.
What is Violence Against Women
Violence against women (VAW) is violence or abuse where the majority of victims-survivors are women and the majority of perpetrators are men. Read more here
How you can help
Together, we can build a Scotland where violence against women and girls is no longer tolerated. Your support helps us campaign for strategic policy changes, challenge public attitudes that allow violence against women to continue, and promote gender equality. Support us / Donate / Volunteer / Vacancies / Take Action