Yes Matters is an organisation founded by Gemma AItchinson in 2013 following the rape and murder of her younger sister. The organisation is working with survivors and communities to tackle victim blaming, and conducting research on the impact of sexual objectification on women and girls on our equal access to justice.
Project ACEi is a community action group which advocates against the practice of female genital mutilation in the UK and overseas through education and training programmes. The project is self funded by its founder Alimatu Dimonekene and delivers training to local authorities, the NHS, and the Metropolitan Police as well as delivering workshops and conferences […]
Build a Girl was founded in 2017 by Fiona Broadfoot. The project works with vulnerable young women to provide early intervention, support, as well as aiming to act to prevent these young women from being targeted for exploitation in prostitution. Already the project has enabled these young women to come together and have weekends away […]
Action Breaks Silence is an educational charity working in India, South Africa, and the UK. They offer two educational programmes: The Empowerment Programme for women and girls; and The Empathy Programme for boys. The programmes are designed to challenge stereotypes and raise awareness around sexual violence and have reached more than 47,000 young people since […]
Chlo Winfield – after having to push the police to take action in relation to the abuse that she had experienced as a young teenager, Chlo began to campaign around the domestic and sexual abuse of young women. She began with presentations to students and staff at her school, before setting up the campaigning organisation […]
Helen Steel is one of eight women who together brought a ground-breaking civil claim against the Metropolitan police for their abusive practice of enabling undercover police officers to form long term intimate relationships with the women they were spying on. Helen was pivotal in organising the claimants, waived her anonymity and gave press interviews in […]
Sara Rowbotham was a social worker in Rochdale who was one of the few to pick up on the organised sexual exploitation of young girls in the local area. After fighting for years to get other statutory services to pick up on this abuse Sara was forced to whistleblow, which bought serious consequences for her […]