Femicide census report online launch event

Femicide census report online launch event

Join The Femicide Census as we launch our report on the reality of 10 years of men’s fatal violence against women and girls in the UK: “Redefining Isolated Incidents and Threats to the Wider Community:10 Years of men’s fatal violence against women and girls in the UK 2009 -18″

On 26th November at 18.30, Femicide Census co-founders Karen Ingala Smith and Clarrie O’Callaghan are joined by an expert panel including Onjali Rauf (Chair), Davina James-Hanman, Nimko Ali, Nicole Jacobs and Jane Monckton Smith.

The Femicide Census is a unique and ground-breaking source of comprehensive information about women who have been killed in the UK and the men who have killed them.

The Femicide Census provides a clear account of men’s fatal violence against women in the UK. Our findings demand action from those who control the response to men’s endemic violence against women to change policy, law, practice and address attitudes and behaviours so that fewer women are harmed and killed each year and perpetrators are held accountable.

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