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Sponsors and supporters

We will be announcing sponsors and supporters for our seventh Write to End Violence Against Women Awards soon. If you are interested in sponsoring a category or becoming a supporter, please get in touch with jenny.lester@zerotolerance.org.uk

Last year, for the sixth Write to End Violence Against Women Awards we would like to thank our sponsoring organisations the University of Strathclyde, the National Union of Journalists – Scotland, and The National Union of Journalists - Glasgow Branch.

The National Union of Journalists – Scotland and The National Union of Journalists - Glasgow Branch sponsored the Best Article - News Feature category.

“The National Union of Journalists is the voice for journalism and for journalists across the UK and Ireland working at home and abroad in all sectors of the media as freelances, casuals and staff in newspapers, news agencies, broadcasting, magazines, online, book publishing, in public relations, communications, and as photographers

Find out more about the NUJ – Scotland on the website. Follow them on Twitter here.

The University of Strathclyde will be sponsoring the Best Blog or Comment category.

“Strathclyde University takes pride in “useful learning” that engages fully with the community. Our media, journalism and creative writing programmes produce award-winning practitioners who shape the field in Scotland and beyond. From 2018 we are excited to offer new, interdisciplinary postgraduate programmes in Applied Gender Studies with Strathclyde Feminist Network.”

Find out more about the University of Strathclyde on the website. Follow on Twitter and like on Facebook.

We are also pleased to announce the Daily Record will be working with us as our media partner.


The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards is supported by a number of organisations working towards gender equality, including: Engender, Scottish Women’s Aid, Everyday Victim Blaming, White Ribbon Scotland, Women 50:50, Rape Crisis Scotland, Women for Independence and the Scottish Refugee Council.

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