Join us on the 1st November for the 2018 Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize awards dinner – hosted by Jenni Murray at The Real Greek Bankside. To celebrate the twentieth year of EHMP we are holding a very special evening of entertainment, dinner, and prizes. Each ticket includes a glass of prosecco on arrival, a meze […]
You can now nominate women and groups campaigning against male violence against women for the 2018 EHMP award by going to the nominate tab at the top of the website, or by clicking here
Agency for Culture and Change Management UK (ACCM UK) are a charity and an international non-governmental organisation who work to lobby for and communicate the effects of legislation concerning Female Genital Mutilation, Forced Arranged Marriage, Honour Based Violence and other harmful traditional practices in the UK. ACCM UK works closely with local communities through organising […]
Established in 1975, Rights of Women is a women’s voluntary sector organisation providing vital and unique legal advice and information services for women in England and Wales. Their vision is to achieve equality, justice and respect for all women and their mission is to advise, educate and empower them on their legal rights. Their focus […]
The Feminist Dalit Organisation (FEDO) was established in 1994 by a group of Dalit (low caste) women in Nepal to fight caste and gender discrimination and build a fair and equal society. FEDO promotes the rights of Dalit women and works on issues including health and sanitation, food security, political empowerment and access to justice […]
The Lin Groves Special Award Leyla underwent FGM (female genital mutilation) at the age of seven — an act that changed her life — and as an adult she has ceaselessly campaigned to ensure that other young girls do not suffer the same fate. Since 2002 she has been working and fighting for the right […]
Women Moving Forward are a group of women who campaign for change based upon their experiences of the criminal justice system. Mentored by the organisation Women In Prison, they provide an authentic and challenging voice to policy makers and practitioners that is difficult to ignore.