Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse

JURIES

Remembering Jill Saward

Last week, activist and campaigner Jill Saward died. Saward, who was raped by multiple perpetrators in 1986, was the first British woman to waive anonymity in order to campaign for better support and treatment of victims of sexualised violence, media accountability, and better training for juries. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at more »

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Campaign for the mandatory briefing of jurors in sexual violence in rape, sexual assault & sexual abuse trials

  A survivor’s experience of the criminal justice system “My ex- partner walked free from court when he was found not guilty of raping and sexually abusing me. From the second I reported, I was told not to expect a guilty verdict IF it made it to court. I was fortunate in that my case more »

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