One third of Londoners think the streets are unsafe for women and girls, data has revealed. The data, collected from
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
Sarah Everard’s murder continues to shake the nation, confidence in police has plummeted and 40% of women feel less safe
A petition to reopen the Night Tube before winter to improve women’s safety in London has hit 125,000 signatures.
The Women’s Equality Party have condemned ‘disgusting behaviour’ from the Met Police as evidence shows a constant stream of sexual
Three south London boroughs have partnered with data insight specialists to research street harassment and misogyny. ‘Safe Starts Here’ is
One of Britain’s leading private schools has announced a zero tolerance approach to discriminatory behaviour, including “unacceptable banter”, to prevent sexual harassment among pupils.
Nearly half of people accused of sexual misconduct in south west London universities face no repercussions, freedom of information requests
We felt unsafe in the sixth form at the London Oratory because of vile sexual harassment that wasn’t taken seriously, say two former pupils
Two former pupils from The London Oratory have described how they endured shocking sexual harassment at the school. Lucy* and
‘Reclaim the Night’ marches began as a means for women to reclaim autonomy and space stolen from them by fear