Womens Support Project

Getting the Message Across 2005

Written by: Women's Support Project

Challenging male violence through public education [pdf176kb]

The Women’s Support Project is a voluntary organisation, recognised as a Scottish charity.Our work is informed by a feminist analysis of male violence and an understanding of the links and overlaps between different forms of violence, discrimination and oppression.  We aim to raise awareness of the extent and effects of violence against women and children,and to support those affected by violence.  Key themes in our work have been highlighting links between different forms of male violence and promoting an interagency response to the abuse of women and children.

Issues addressed include prostitution and other forms of commercial sexual exploitation, incest, sexual assault and rape, and domestic violence.Areas of work include support and information, provision of resources, training,public education and multi agency working.

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