Jessica is a forensic psychologist whose work focuses on victim blaming. She started the #nomoreCSEfilms campaign which has succeeded in getting a number of local authorities, police forces, and charities to stop using graphic and potentially traumatising, victim blaming resources in interventions with children affected by child sexual abuse. With Claire Paterson-Young, she recently published The Little […]
Hawa Sesay, founder and executive director of Hawa Trust in Hackney and a qualified social worker. Hawa has used her personal experience of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) to help others. Hawa has been supporting communities in Hackney and around the world to learn more about how FGM is a dangerous practice with devastating lifelong physical, […]
Attendees of the 2018 FiLiA conference can get a special deal on tickets to our twentieth anniversary event. FiLiA and the Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize have worked in collaboration since 2013 and we’re thrilled to be able to offer attendees this price. If you attended this year’s FiLiA please contact EmmaHPrize@gmail.com for details of how […]
We’re very excited to share the shortlist for the 2018 Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize. It’s our twentieth year of the prize and we’ve received more nominations for women working against male violence against women than ever before. It’s been wonderful to read about all the work that women are doing and the shortlisting process this […]
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
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.