Tackling violence against women and girls – an advice guide
Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) is a serious crime.
As a partner in helping to prevent ALL types of crime Neighbourhood Watch is committed to sharing best practice and information about all types of crime – not just the traditional crimes such as burglary and car theft.
Violence against women and girls has a huge impact on our economy, health services, police and criminal justice services, and in the workplace.
In 2016 the Government published its Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy.
It shows the progress made since publishing the original Call to End Violence against Women and Girls in 2010.
The document here is a Communications Insight Pack that has been developed to provide partners such as Neighbourhood Watch with key insights into violence against women and girls (VAWG) which can help to inform communications activities.
The pack covers a wide range of VAWG areas and includes key national statistics, background information on policy, Government and partner campaigns which tackle VAWG.
It also signposts other useful research and how to access various support materials which are currently available to partners.