WEVAW 2014 Shortlist

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. Congratulations and thank you to all of the shortlisted nominees for your contributions to challenging a culture that normalises violence against women. The winners will be announced tomorrow night at the awards ceremony.

Best Blog

The Best Rape Prevention: Tell Men to Stop Raping by Louise Pennington
Abuse Doesn’t Exist in a Vacuum: Rotherham Is Not About Race by Elli Wilson
Is Sex Work Really Empowering? by Christina O'Neill
Panic in a crisis by Clare McFeely

Best Student Article

Jessica Valenti and the taxing subject of subsidised sanitary products by Emilia Bona
In defence of 'angry feminism': why 'Women Against Feminism' misses the point by Eve Livingston-
It's time to get serious by Stacey Devine-
What's next for Edinburgh Uni? Talk straight, not dirty by Laura Anne Brown

Best Article

Scotland's got it right on domestic abuse: it takes it seriously by Audrey Gillan
Girls are taught young that violence towards them is normal by Nancy Lombard
Glasgow Women's Aid - Ten Years of Pioneering Organisation (Page 1) (Page 2) (Page 3) by Cordelia O'Neill
Abuse myths have to stop by Gina Davidson

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