The End Violence Against Women Coalition commissioned the YouGov survey of around 4,000 people across Great Britain in order to examine why rape, a very common and extremely harmful crime, is still so difficult to tackle at a time when reports to police are increasing exponentiallyRead More
A new guide outlining victims’ rightsRead More
Police and courts are not providing justice after sexual violence. Women's human rights to safety and justice are being denied.
EVAW and members are campaigning for a fair justice system and better support for survivors.
The Eleventh edition of the Crown Prosecution Service ReportRead More
If you have experienced abuse/violence and have/had insecure immigration status please fill in the Step Up Migrant Women survey…Read More
2018 Contribution Paper from Harriet WistrichRead More
Justice for Women, in conjunction with the Centre for Women’s Justice, have commissioned a study examining the criminal justice response to women who kill men who have been abusive to them. The study aims to examine the impacts of the changes instituted in the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 and to identify the gaps that remain in order that outcomes for women who have killed abusive men can be further improved.Read More