The report entitled ‘A different world is possible: A call for action to prevent violence against women and girls,’ makes wide-ranging recommendations to government, public bodies, local authorities and schools to take urgent action to prevent violence before it happens.
The End Violence Against Women report specifically calls for:
• Education Secretary Michael Gove to tell all schools that preventing violence against women and girls is a national priority;
• head teachers to lead a ‘whole school approach’ on the issue, ensuring that sexist language and behaviour are consistently challenged, and that a culture of respect is created;
• the statutory National Curriculum to address violence against women with all children receiving sex and relationships education which explicitly discusses sexual consent and respectful relationships;
• teachers to receive training about all forms of violence against women and girls including domestic and sexual violence, sexual exploitation, forced marriage and female genital mutilation;
• schools to link with specialist local women’s services to provide support for girls who are experiencing abuse;
• national and local governments to run ongoing public awareness campaigns.
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“nearly every violent teenage girl I met could trace her problems back to an absent or abusive father”
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