Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

Get Involved

By visiting our website, you are clearly interested in the damage caused by victim blaming and what we can do to change the language, culture and attitude around violence against women and children.

You can directly help our campaign by volunteering to run our twitter account anonymously - see our Social Media Guidelines and contact us if you are interested.

The next step is to ensure our voices are heard. We aim to take your thoughts, experiences and views about victim blaming and compile them as a reference in how not to report on violence against women and children.  We are going to raise awareness and campaign for change.

What would you like to see on this site? How can we ensure our voices are heard? Want to join our campaign or offer further support?

You can support the Ending Violence Against Women Coalition.

Find Good Practice Guidelines via Ava Project, including how to cover male violence against women accurately.

Refer to the NUJ Guidelines on reporting Violence Against Women

You can complain directly to the broadcaster - several of our contributors did this and the articles were amended!

You can complain about irresponsible reporting via the Press Complaints Commission. If you do this, we would be happy to host both your initial complaint, and any response that you receive.

If you share testimonies, experiences or stories, please ensure you follow eithical guidelines.

You can support @10WomenAWeek.

You can support @CountDeadWomen.

If you have any comments, suggestions or feedback please use the Contact Us form or email us at everydayvictimblaming@gmail.com and we will contact you to discuss this further.

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