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Violence Against Women and Girls Call for Evidence reopened

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The government is seeking views to help inform the development of the next Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy. They are particularly keen to hear from people who may feel underrepresented in previous strategies or who feel their circumstances were not supported by existing services.

In addition to those with lived experiences of these issues, they are also seeking the views of those with expertise in working with victims and survivors, those involved in preventative activity, and those involved in providing services. This includes relevant professionals, such as those working in social care, education, law enforcement, local government, public health and healthcare.

Everyone aged 16 or over is welcome to contribute to the call for evidence, you do not have to have experienced violence or abuse to take part.

How to participate

You can participate in the call for evidence by completing the public survey.

The survey is also available in British Sign Language and Easy Read format. You can send responses to VAWGStrategy2021@homeoffice.gov.uk.

Additional submissions

The government also welcomes additional submissions from academics and others who have interest and expertise in violence against women and girls. Written submissions can include the contribution of published data, research, and other reports of relevance to violence against women and girls. Further information on how to provide a written submission is available here.

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