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Office closure for COVID-19

Statement on Trans and Non-binary inclusive education

Take One Action Film Festival Feminist Picks

Joint Response to First Minister's National Advisory Council on Women and Girls Survey on creating an Intersectional Gender Architecture - August 2020

Training - Under Pressure with LAYC

Guest Blog: Time to Scrap ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ for Women

Research: How does Violence Against Women and Girls impact Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender women - SURVEY CLOSED

Opinion: What should an ideal Scottish male leader look like?

Report: Read about our highlights and success stories from the 1st April 2019 until 31st March 2020.

Blog: A short guide on what to read and watch to make #BlackLivesMatter

Campaign: Coronavirus: Urgent Call for UK Government to Support Women and Girls

Events: Violence Unseen Travelling Exhibition New Dates / Edinburgh and South Lanarkshire

Events: International Women's Day 2020

Audition for Chalk: Five short plays about violence against women

Winners announced for the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2019!

Our #16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence 2019

Tell It to the Bees: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence 2019

Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2019 - Open for Bookings!

We want your feedback on Gender Equal Play!

Shortlist announced for the 2019 Awards

Writing Violence Against Women

Under Pressure Training Updated and Relaunched

New Guidance Launched for Community Planning Partners

Primary Prevention of violence against women and girls

Check our new #AnyWomanAnywhere Campaign Video

Gender Recognition Act Announcement

Multimedia submissions to the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards!

We are excited to announce that this year, for the first time ever, we will be accepting submissions and nominations of multimedia pieces as well as written pieces in all categories for the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Any Woman, Anywhere

Volunteer for our campaign!

Launch of the Gender Equal Play in Early Learning and Childcare

Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

New sponsors for Write to end Violence Against Women Awards

We are thrilled to announce that the National Union of Journalists (Scotland) and the National Union of Journalists Glasgow Branch, and Strathclyde University will be sponsoring awards at this year’s Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Shortlist announced for the 2018 Awards

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Leadership for Prevention Conference

Primary Prevention Briefing

Exciting changes to our staff and board

#ScotWomenShoutOut

Violence Unseen Exhibition

Prevention conference: 11 October 2018

Come to our prevention conference, 11 October at Victoria Quay

Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2018 now open

Under Pressure 2018 training dates

Repeal the 8th - Ireland votes on right to abortion

On the 25 May, the Republic of Ireland will hold a referendum over access to abortion in Ireland.

Good practice of promoting gender equality in the early years needed

Scottish Women's Sector response to the consultation on proposed changes to the Gender Recognition Act

Inquiry into sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct at the Scottish Parliament

Scotland passes historic Domestic Abuse Bill

Frequently asked questions: Women’s equality and the Gender Recognition Act

Winners of the 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

A huge thank you to all of you who attended the 2017 Write Awards last night. We were thrilled to see such a packed event with so many people passionate about good media representation about violence against women.

The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2017

On Thursday 7th December we will celebrate the winners of this year’s Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2017 AWARDS

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Statement in Support of the Equal Recognition Campaign

New sponsors for Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

We are thrilled to announce that both the National Union of Journalists (Scotland) and Strathclyde University will be sponsoring awards at this year's Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

one thousand words: Launch of domestic abuse photo project

Monica Lennon MSP supports the fifth Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

Zero Tolerance is delighted to announce Monica Lennon as the latest MSP sponsor for its 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Write to End Violence Against Women 2017 open for submissions

We are excited to announce that the fifth Write to End Violence Against Women Awards is open for submissions.

Zero Tolerance hires “You’ve Been Trumped” photographer to build on award winning 1992 campaign

The Write to End Violence Against Women Pledge

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

Zero Tolerance finds sexism and misogyny the norm in Scottish workplace

Scottish Government launch Domestic Abuse Bill

Winners of the 2016 Write Awards

A huge thank you to all of you who attended the 2016 Write Awards last night. We were thrilled to see such a packed event with so many people passionate about good media representation about violence against women.

2016 Write Awards

On Tuesday 6th December we will celebrate the winners of this year's Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Shortlist Announced for the 2016 Awards

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2016 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

ONE WEEK TO GO! WEDNESDAY’S FEATURED CATEGORY: WORST ARTICLE

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

ONE WEEK TO GO: TUESDAY'S FEATURED CATEGORY - COMMENT & FEATURE

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One week to go: Monday's featured category - Best Article: News

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One week to go: Sunday's featured category - Women and Migration

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One week to go: Saturday's featured category - Best Blog

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One week to go: Friday's featured category - Student and Youth

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2016 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

Gender equality officer wins writing bursary to tackle violence against women

IN HER job, Annie McLaughlin works every day to improve gender equality, while in her spare time she is an enthusiastic writer. Now she has a chance to combine both of her passions after winning a bursary awarded by the Write to End Violence Against Women group.

Zero Tolerance and Scottish Refugee Council partner up to promote women’s voices on migration

Zero Tolerance, with the support of the Scottish Refugee Council is launching this years’ Write to End Violence Against Women Awards, with a new gender equality category: ‘Women and Migration’. This category is open to all those writing from personal experience of migration or for an article written on the topic of women and migration.

Sunday Herald and Zero Tolerance have teamed up to change how violence against women is reported

Violence against women is something we see in the media every day - be it a storyline on our TV screens, a news item on the radio or splashed across the front page of a newspaper.

The Ferret conference shows how good investigative journalism can challenge gender inequality

At Zero Tolerance we are working hard to support the media in Scotland to improve their engagement with the issue of violence against women.

Winners of 2015 Awards

The organisers of this year's awards were extremely excited to have a full house at the Scottish Parliament garden lobby last night for the 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women awards.

Shortlist Announced for the 2015 Awards

We are delighted to announce the 2015 shortlist. The shortlist was chosen by a shortlisting panel that reviewed anonymised text of the nominations.

One Week to Go! Friday's Featured Category: Worst Article

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2015 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One week to go! Thursday's Featured Category: Best Student Article

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2015 ‪awards! Each day during‎ WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One Week to Go! Wednesday's Featured Category: Women 50:50 Gender Equality in Political Reporting

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2015 ‪awards! Each day during ‎WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we'll be featuring a different award category.

One Week to Go! Tuesday's Featured Category: Best Blog

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2015 ‪awards! Each day during ‎WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we’ll be featuring a different award category.

One Week to Go! Monday's Featured Category: Best Article

This is the final week to nominate articles for the 2015 ‪awards! Each day during ‎WritetoEndVAW‬ ‪#‎1Week2Go‬, we'll be featuring a different award category.

Have you seen great political reporting about women this year? Nominate today -- deadline fast approaching!

This year we are introducing our inaugural "Gender Equality Award". The purpose of this award is to recognise that working towards a gender equal society is vital to ending violence against women.

Date Announced for 2015 Awards Ceremony

The date of this year's Write to End Violence Against Women Awards is 10 December 2015 at the Scottish Parliament Garden Lobby. The ceremony will be held from 17.30 to 19.30.

Award Opportunity for Scottish Journalists -- Call for Nominees

The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards are a unique opportunity to reward Scottish journalists who have furthered the cause of gender equality through their work over the past year.

Have you seen great VAW journalism? Let us know!

We need your help to drive up standards and reward those committed to furthering the cause of gender equality through their work.

Women for Independence and Carolyn Leckie support #WritetoEndVAW

The Organisers of the Write to End Violence against Women Awards and campaign are delighted to announce the involvement of Carolyn Leckie and Women for Independence (WFI).

Today's #WritetoEndVAW Press Release -- Help Spread the word!

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.

Now accepting entries for the 2015 awards

We're delighted to announce that we are now accepting entries for the 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

And the winners are. . .

It was a fantastic evening at Parliament last night -- despite the "weather bomb." There was a full room of dedicated and inspiring people who are working to challenge a culture that normalises violence against women.

Shortlist for 2014 Write to End VAW Awards Announced

We are delighted to announce this year's shortlist for the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

The accidental journalist

by Anni Donaldson, 2013 "Best Article" Winner of the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

Submission Deadline Fast Approaching

The deadline is fast approaching for submissions to the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

Nominations Now Open!

We are pleased to present the second Write to End Violence Against Women Awards for excellence in journalism.

Nominations for the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2014 Open Monday

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Write to End Violence Against Women Awards, held at the Scottish Parliament, which recognises and rewards quality violence against women (VAW) reporting in Scotland, nominations are now being welcomed for 2014’s awards.

2014 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards

Following the success of last year's Write to End Violence Against Women Awards we are delighted to announce that we will be back to reward excellence in VAW journalism in 2014.

Wooden Spoon Award Posted to Sun Editor David Dinsmore

Today we posted the dubious wooden spoon award to Sun editor David Dinsmore, with a letter detailing why their front page was chosen as the worst article.

And the winners are....

The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards took place last night at the Scottish Parliament.

Write Awards Shortlist Announced!

With the awards less than a week away we thought it was about time to let the world know who has been shortlisted for the award. There was a really high quality of writing on display and narrowing each category down to 5 was difficult.

Write Awards Ceremony Date Announced! 12th November 6-8pm Scottish Parliament.

The submissions have flooded in, the deadline has passed and the judges have the difficult task of selecting the best articles for each category.

Call for entries for new award to recognise and reward excellence in journalism.

The media has a vital role in challenging a culture which supports violence, and many journalists and bloggers produce high quality work which confronts violence and gender inequality.

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