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Time to Scrap ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ for Women - Guest blog by IAS

To be feminist is to be antiracist: VAWG prevention work must implement this

One hundred and one women of Govanhill, an interview with Rizwana Saeed

No Recourse to Public Funds: Old Weapons, New Injuries, by Sumac Antezana from Ubuntu Women Shelter

Woman to Woman: We Got This by Lauryn Omeike

Why Intersectionality Matters: BAME Women in Leadership Roles by Aleisha Omeike

What should an ideal Scottish male leader look like?

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

Why Language Matters: How are the violence and perpetrators framed?

Media Monitoring: celebrities can be perpetrators too

Feminist Kids Shows for Lockdown

Media Monitoring: Reporting the impact of COVID-19 on violence against women

Media Monitoring: Reporting Violence Against Women during a global pandemic

Recommendations for self-isolating feminists - Heather's picks

Recommendations for self-isolating feminists - Saffron's picks

He is boisterous, I was clumsy - Gendering Children's Behaviour

Black History Month - Scotland's Women's Sector

Women’s News round-up: 12 months of gender inequality coverage

Spotlight on the Scottish Media: Why language matters

Gender Recognition Act Announcement

Spotlight on the Scottish Media: Whose voices are heard?

Spotlight on the Scottish Media: Non-physical abuse

Spotlight on the Scottish Media: What's the Story?

Edinburgh Fringe Feminist Guide 2019

Baby blues (and pinks): Queer pregnancy and the gender stereotypes that litter the way

Being a feminist mum to boys

Write a Blog for us about children and gender stereotypes!

Gender Friendly Gifts for Wee Ones

Women’s News round-up: 12 months of gender inequality coverage

Zero Tolerance 1992 Campaign: The Legacy

Mad Men can change the world

Why does advertising matter and how does it impact the way children see themselves?

Feminist Festival Guide

A roundup of feminist shows to see at Edinburgh Fringe and Book Festival

Zero Tolerance 1992 Campaign: Political and Media Response

Spotlight on Scottish Media: who makes the news?

Zero Tolerance 1992 Campaign: The Public’s Response

Spotlight on the media: why are we still blaming the victim?

Analysis of three stories that highlight a societal problem of where blame and trust is placed in cases of violence against women.

Zero Tolerance 1992 Campaign: A Feminist Campaign

Spotlight on Scottish Media: Language matters

Spotlight on Scottish Media: what's the story?

Violence against women and the Gender Recognition Act

Erin Kelly wins 'Best Creative Writing' award

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Niamh Anderson and Polly Smythe win Best Student award

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Talat Yaqoob wins 'Best Blog'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Vicky Allan wins award for 'Best article - feature'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Annie Brown wins award for 'Best article - News'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our 2017 Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

The balance fallacy: Wooden Spoon Award

This presentation was given by Zero Tolerance's 2016 Bursary Winner, Annie McLaughlin as part of the 2017 awards ceremony.

The power of zero: how a bold Scotland-based campaign changed the world's thinking about sexual violence

Taking Stalking Seriously

Media representation of violence against women: why do the papers give celebrities a pass?

The blame shame: why do we persist in holding victims partly responsible for sexual assault?

Annie McLaughlin is the winner of the 2016 Write to End Violence Against Women bursary. She will be writing articles for our media partner, the Sunday Herald, around the topics of violence against women and gender equality.

Media representation of violence against women: the reality of elderly perpetrators

Media representation of violence against women: why we need to talk about the Navy

Media representation of violence against women: what's the situation in Scotland

Sexism is a waste: the need to tackle violence and misogyny in Scotland’s workplaces

"The rapist is still free": How British justice is failing victims of sexual violence

Rape Crisis launch 'I Just Froze' campaign

Sexism and harassment at work creating a 'mental health timebomb' for women

Annie McLaughlin is the winner of the 2016 Write to End Violence Against Women bursary. She will be writing articles for our media partner, the Sunday Herald, around the topics of violence against women and gender equality.

Vicky Allan wins award for 'Best article - Comment and Feature'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

The Ferret Journalists win 'Gender Equality Award: Women And Migration'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Invisible Women: The Wooden Spoon Award

This speech was given by Kirsty Strickland for the presentation of the Wooden Spoon Award.

Claire Heuchan wins award for 'Best Blog'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Lucy Miller wins award for 'Best article - Student and Young Person'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

Libby Brooks wins award for 'Best article - news'

Over the next week we will be publishing information about all of our Write to End Violence Against Women award winners.

A Scottish approach to abortion

Will your MP vote to #ChangeHerStory?

Revealed: the shocking truth about Scotland's rape culture on campus

Annie McLaughlin is the winner of the 2016 Write to End Violence Against Women bursary. She will be writing articles for our media partner, the Sunday Herald, around the topics of violence against women and gender equality.

Why we are taking a ‘whole schools’ approach to prevention

10 tips for preventing violence against women in the workplace

The myths around domestic abuse we still see

Violence against women is often in the newspapers, on the radio and on our TV screens. Its prevalence in society and complex nature makes it an interesting issue for writers and good representation can increase awareness and understanding about domestic abuse.

Drama in the dock: does The Fall glamorise rape and violence against women?

Annie McLaughlin is the winner of the 2016 Write to End Violence Against Women bursary. She will be writing articles for our media partner, the Sunday Herald, around the topics of violence against women and gender equality.

Sexual harassment in schools

Media reporting and Spalding

Women, Media, Politics

EU referendum - have your say

Making the internet a safer place for everyone

The Ferret conference shows ways in which investigative journalism can challenge gender inequality

ZT publishes new guidance for employers

Dear Jenny

What can the reporting of the Cologne attacks tell us about men’s violence against women?

Equally Protected? Powerful new evidence on child physical punishment highlights need for law reform

Gina Davidson, winner of the Gender Equality in Political Reporting Award for her “Let’s hear it for the smart girls” article published in the Edinburgh Evening News

Over the festive break, we'll be sharing reflections from each of our 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards winners which were originally published in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

Alex Renton, winner of the Best Article – Comment and Features category for his investigative piece in The Observer titled “Rape, child abuse and Prince Charles’s former school”.

Over the festive break, we'll be sharing reflections from each of our 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards winners which were originally published in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

Judith Duffy, winner of Best Article – News for her Sunday Herald piece on street harassment.

Over the festive break, we'll be sharing reflections from each of our 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards winners which were originally published in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

Eve Livingston, winner of Best Student Award for her piece On Rape Culture

Over the festive break, we'll be sharing reflections from each of our 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards winners which were originally published in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

Isabelle Kerr, winner of Best Blog for Fifty Shades of Grey – Saviour of Relationships or Abuser’s Handbook?

Over the festive break, we'll be sharing reflections from each of our 2015 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards winners which were originally published in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

12 Months of Zero Tolerance

Kirsty Strickland: The benchmark has been raised for equality and responsibility in reporting

This article was originally printed in the National Newspaper on 11 December 2015.

Women don’t need viral social experiments to validate what we already know

Have yourself a gender equal Christmas

Kirsty Strickland: Fear of violence should not be an accepted part of being female

Kirsty Strickland won the Write to End Violence Against Women Awards bursary to write a series of articles for The National, media partners and judges, as part of a campaign by Zero Tolerance and other women’s groups. Here is her latest piece, entitled Time to Act.

Kirsty Strickland: High time a female politician’s opinions were more important than her ovaries and hairstyle

This article was originally printed in the National Newspaper on 28 October 2015.

Scottish social attitudes and addressing VAW at the source

Influences, pressures and experiences of young women – SWC Conference

No Amnesty Day of Global Action

Prostitution law reform - what about the men?

Kirsty Strickland: Tabloid leering at violent crime is leading to a race to bottom

This article was originally printed in the National Newspaper on 2 October 2015.

New term: time for MSPs to get to work

Kirsty Strickland: Media matters when it comes to tackling violence against women

This article was originally printed in the National Newspaper on 31 August 2015. A shortened version also appeared in Common Space.

We are a Living Wage employer

Women with Learning Disabilities: Equal & Healthy Lives

Remembering Evelyn Gillan: a force for good

Sexual Entertainment Venues: a new law and a chance for change

Zero Tolerance supports ICchange campaign demanding David Cameron ratify the Istanbul Convention on VAW

We’re launching this year’s Write to End Violence Against Women Awards!

Make your voice heard on VAW and the law

“Sexual Entertainment Venues”: Where are we now?

Do We Need Feminism?

Women at the sharp end of welfare ‘reform’

A Living Rent is part and parcel of violence against women prevention

Challenging violence against women with an air weapons license?

Time for a ‘Plan F’

“The dress”, the follow-up advert, and the hidden story

Opening Conversations about 50 Shades of Grey

Three ways a citizen’s income could help prevent men's violence against women

Ched Evans and Workplace Cultures

Planning for Equality: Commercial frontages and the exclusion of women from Edinburgh’s public realm

Write to End Violence Against Women Awards - Letter to The Sun

Bill Walker Coverage Wins Top Award and The Sun Walks Away with a Wooden Spoon

Want to challenge sexual harassment at work? That’ll be £1200 please.

Different tune, same old sexism: what kids are learning from pop music

Personal Problems and Women’s Issues: Sexual Violence in Teen TV

The BBC, CNN and Rape Culture

Don’t walk past saunas and look the other way

Are all your Christmasses Pink and Blue?

Men Engaging in Feminism

Treated like a Commodity: PunterNet and Prostitution Review Sites

Zero Tolerance Valentines – Here’s to the the men who are part of the solution

Pink Saris: Documentary Film Review

The Legal Regulation of Prostitution in Scotland

Feel like you’re living in a war zone?

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