Archive for the ‘Wales’ Category

H/T Million Women Rise – from Hannah Austin “We are campaigning for the Welsh Assembly Government to improve their policies to tackle violence against women in Wales. 2 women a week are still dying of domestic abuse alone in Wales, and the rape conviction rate remains a shocking 8% in Wales. Please visit our Facebook […]


The Fawcett Society initiative, femocracy, is looking to begin new workshops in Cardiff. Femocracy aims to put an end to the lack of ethnic minority women represented in politics by increasing the numbers of ethnic minority women registered to vote and engaged in politics. There are several ways to get involved You are an ethnic […]


The consultation on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls is designed to prompt discussion on how to prevent this violence from occurring in the first place, provide services for those who are victims and to protect victims and the wider public from future harm. This is your chance to have your say. WWA and Women’s […]


The Home Office is collecting view points from across the country on violence against women You can get your voice heard: Online – via the Home Office Survey In Person – where the Home Office Opinions bus visits Responding directly to the Consultation – by writing of emailing addresses provided via link Find out more […]