75 pages tagged with Violence against women and girls
Appendices for the Culture change through communications guide.
How to evaluate the impact of your campaign.
Using the COM-B model to target specific motivations.
Using the COM-B model to target opportunities.
Addressing people's capability for behaviour change – including how to target understanding, confidence and skills.
Targeting messaging to audiences' capabilities, opportunities and motivations
Using the COM-B model to target specific behaviours.
Building trust and acceptance
How to build trust so communications are accepted and can achieve behaviour change.
Selecting audiences and behaviours
Deciding which audiences and behaviours to target with your communications strategy.
Menu of evidence on messaging to combat sexism in organisations
Evidence-based ideas for developing communications campaigns and the messaging within them.
Why and how this guide was developed
About why this guide was created and the available evidence.
Aims of the guide and how to use it
Aim of this guide, who it's for and how to use it.
Introduction to this guide and about the seven areas of actionable advice.
Railway Guardian – British Transport Police
A mobile app to address violence and intimidation against women and girls on the rail network.
Non-molestation orders current practice
Current practice in forces for the consistent and effective use of non-molestation orders.
Why tackling violence against women and girls is important.
A list of all the sources of information in this evidence briefing.
Projects funded by round three of the Safer Streets Fund.
Relevant Tilley Awards: Local problem-solving approaches
Problem-solving projects submitted to the Tilley awards.
Education programmes to reduce violence against women and girls.