Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse



We fully support this petition from Samantha Asumadu and Guilaine Kinouani to the UN demanding accountability for abuse, rape and murder perpetrated by UN troops, particularly the recent allegations raised by AIDS-Free World’s Code Blue campaign who found a litany of child sexual abuse perpetrated by UN and French troops in CAR. PETITION TO: UN, BAN KI-MOON more »

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Vote for the Worst Police ‘Safety’ Campaign of 2015

Vote for the Worst Police Safety Campaign on survey monkey! We’re running this campaign to raise awareness of the ubiquity of misleading and victim blaming police ‘safety’ campaigns. We’d love your feedback on the individual campaigns and posters as we will be feeding the comments back to the relevant police authorities. These campaigns don’t exist more »

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Our campaign demands for the General Election

These are the 6 issues we will be raising with the various political parties and our individual MPs. Some of these issues will be easy to implement – such as the insistence that no woman ever be denied support due to migration status – others requirement serious commitment by political parties to ending male violence more »

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Pipe down David Osborne

I’m angry. I’m fucking angry! Once again a man has opined on rape with the usual tact and empathy of a bull in a china shop. How often do we see men reinforcing rape myths and unashamedly victim blaming? We shouldn’t be surprised at one more right? Well, when the man involved is a barrister more »

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National Stalking Awareness Day

National Stalking Awareness Day is Thursday April 24, 2014. This year’s campaign is entitled “Working Without Fear” which seeks to raise awareness and end workplace stalking. Stalking and the workplace: 1 in 20 callers to the National Stalking Helpline are stalked by a colleague or ex colleague. In a quarter of cases reported to our Helpline, more »

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We’re looking for examples of politicians, at the local, county and national levels, using victim blaming language or perpetuating myths about domestic and sexual violence and abuse. We need lots of examples for a new campaign!   Send us links to articles via twitter, email us or pop the links into the comments below. Download more »

Professionals working with those who have experienced abuse – Survey Results

In October 2013, we surveyed 100 professionals who work with those who have experienced Domestic and/or Sexual Violence and Abuse. We’ve written the results up because they clearly show the need for training – and, more importantly, that funding for training must be available. Professionals – Survey data Oct 2013 (PDF) Funding for training and more »

Another ignorant judge allowing inappropriate mitigation.

Dear Mr Grayling I am contacting you in your capacity as Lord Chancellor, Secretary of State for Justice. I am absolutely appalled about the outcome and ridiculous reasons given regarding the outcome of the recent case of sexual abuse (not ‘sexual activity’ as reported incorrectly and irresponsibly in various media sources) of an 11 year more »

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