Lambeth Council announced a new campaign against women’s harassment yesterday on the anniversary of Sarah Everard’s murder. The new campaign,
Public sexual harassment (PSH) can have a lasting impact on people’s mental health, sense of safety, self – esteem, and
The Suzy Lamplugh Trust are calling for action to tackle what they describe as ‘shockingly low’ conviction rates for stalking.
New data has revealed that 84% of female runners have experienced street harassment in London compared to 50% of men.
Victims of sexual harassment on public transport urged to come forward as specialist officers patrol Lambeth
Summary: Project Guardian was launched in April. Image: By SWLondoner staff Unwanted sexual harassment on public transport was tackled yesterday