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UNISON South West supporting action on gender-based violence

By Vicky Boroughs, Regional Women’s and Equalities Officer On 2 December 2016 Joanne Kaye, UNISON Regional Secretary,  signed the Bristol Zero Tolerance pledge in the presence of a number of members from different Bristol branches and other UNISON staff. Thangham Debonaire MP was a guest speaker offering her passionate support for the Zero Tolerance initiative…
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Bristol News and Media raising awareness about gender-based violence

Sarah Pullen, Managing Director of the of Bristol News and Media and the Bristol Post, met with Bristol Zero Tolerance to talk about how the media can support changing attitudes to gender-based violence and how media in Bristol can raise awareness about this issue locally. With a reach of approximately 100,000 people per day in…
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Moon Consulting show their support for a Zero Tolerance Bristol

Moon Consulting (now Moon Executive Search) is a leading executive recruitment company for senior management and board level roles, serving businesses of all sizes. As one of many partner organisations, Moon Consulting has signed the Zero Tolerance Pledge and will assist with the recruitment of business leaders capable of addressing abusive behaviours in their workplace…
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Do attack alarms help to address gender-based violence?

By Johanna De Wolf **This piece contains references to content that some readers may find upsetting or triggering** The debate During the 2008 mayoral election in Rome, there was fierce debate over how to crack down on sex crime after a young woman was raped and stabbed in the city. One of the candidates, Francesco…
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Cross-party support in the Council for Bristol Zero Tolerance

Bristol Zero Tolerance are very happy to have met with the four main political groups on the Council, the Conservative Group, the Green Group, the Labour Group, and the Liberal Democrat Group, who have all pledged their support for the initiative. This is what they had to say about signing up to Bristol Zero Tolerance…
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The University of the West of England show their support for a Zero Tolerance Bristol

The University of the West of England (UWE) have been involved in Bristol Zero Tolerance from the beginning and are championing the issue of addressing gender-based violence in Bristol with the University of Bristol and others. We spoke to Professor Jane Harrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, to find out what has been implemented and what they are…
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The University of Bristol supporting Bristol Zero Tolerance

The University of Bristol were instrumental in setting up Bristol Zero Tolerance and championing the issue of addressing gender-based violence by creating the Forum Against Sexual Violence and Harassment with UWE, and other partners, to better support students. We caught up with Professor Judith Squires, Pro Vice-Chancellor, to find out what they have been working…
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What Bristol Student’s Union are doing to support Zero Tolerance

By University of Bristol Student’s Union For those students that have been involved in the Union’s democratic structures recently it will come as no surprise that sexual violence and harassment has become a hot topic across campus. With the Reclaim the Night march in November 2015, the input we had in the University’s Consent Workshops at the beginning of…
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Raising awareness through Ethical Property in Bristol

The Ethical Property company have centres across England, Wales and Scotland and in Bristol they have signed up to Bristol Zero Tolerance and pledged to raise awareness about gender-based violence with their tenants. We spoke to David Fells, the Centre Manager at Brunswick Court, about why they think that this work is important and how…
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Why Nozey Parkers have signed the Bristol Zero Tolerance pledge

By Tina Marie Parker Nozey Parkers are Bristol based business advisors, analysts and trouble-shooters, who are owned and managed by Tina Marie Parker. Their clients range from 5 to 200 staff, or £100,000 to £10,000,000 turnover and are based UK wide. Tina is personally motivated to sign up to Bristol Zero Tolerance as gender-based violence…
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