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The End Violence Against Women Coalition has a UK-wide membership of more than sixty women’s organisations and others working to end violence against women and girls in all its forms, including: sexual violence, domestic violence, forced marriage, sexual exploitation, FGM, stalking and harassment.

We campaign for strategic action to end all forms of violence against women and girls and challenge the wider cultural attitudes that tolerate and condone violence against women and girls.

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  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:39 PM : RT @RapeCrisisEandW: Sheila Coates, CEO of SERICC, part of the @Synergy_RCC partnership addressing #APPGSV now. "Adult survivors of child s…
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:39 PM : RT @VeraGrayF: Great to see this data out there. It's not a competition between services for women and men but constantly see Rape Crisis s…
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:36 PM : RT @Drumpas: This report shows how essential these services are – and how insecure funding for them is. The government needs to put its mon…
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:30 PM : RT @RapeCrisisEandW: Our Co-Chair Di now telling #APPGSV how our specialist sector is facing destruction. "It can't be tolerated. We have t…
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:30 PM : RT @RapeCrisisEandW: Now @VivHayes of @whywomen asks #APPGSV session "Why is there no political will to resource specialist services? We as…
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:23 PM : The national Rape Rape Crisis helpline was given £10,400 by the Home Office. The men’s helpline got more than £150k… https://t.co/1sEpdmt5Rv
  • Wed, December 12 2018, 5:06 PM : “If I hadn’t had the specialist support for the last two and a half years while going through the criminal justice… https://t.co/0nIK8Hg857

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