House of Commons – 5 March 2020 – Jess Phillips MP reads out the names of UK women killed by men in the year since last year’s International Women’s Day.
Susan Dalgety looks at the Femicide Census and men’s violence against women and questions the priorities of some of those seeking to lead the Labour Party.
Femicide Census for 2018 records the highest number of women killed since census began
Julie Bindel questions why, despite 50 years of feminist campaigning, men get away with killing women
Rhiannon Evans interviews Karen Ingala Smith for Grazia
Maya Oppenheim covers the Femicide Census Report on 149 femicides in the UK in 2018.
Julie Bindel writes for The Guardian about the findings of the 2018 Femicide Census.
Frances Perraudin in the Guardian reveals the shocking fact that 76% of women murdered by men in 2017 knew their killer.
Sarah Ditum, writing for the New Stateman, challenges the idea of femicide as an ‘isolated incident’.
For many women staying with a violent man can be a survival strategy, writes Karen Ingala Smith for The Guardian.