Articles about 'justice'

Work in progress

Our anonymous author speaks out about her rape and the consequent criminal trial

Anonymous // 22 September 2017

Categories: Features, Violence

An appeal to justice

Megan Stodel thinks a 500% increase in tribunal fees for appeals in asylum and immigration cases is unconscionable and calls for those who feel the same to respond to the Ministry of Justice consultation

Megan Stodel // 23 April 2016

Categories: Blog

My rapist walked free

As only 6% of reported rapes end in a conviction, an anonymous contributor tells her harrowing story

Guest Blogger // 1 February 2016

Categories: Features, Violence

Overcoming adversity, becoming brilliant

Joanna Whitehead discusses artistic technique, male violence and slut shaming with Una, author of the new graphic novel Becoming, Unbecoming

Joanna Whitehead // 26 October 2015

Categories: Books, Features, Interviews, Reviews

The man found guilty of abusing me walked free with a £500 fine

When Emily's* sexual abuser was sentenced to a fine and community service, she started a petition calling for mandatory minimum sentencing

Emily Warren // 26 July 2015

Categories: Features, Violence

Marte Dalelv: Norwegian woman convicted after reporting rape now loses job

Philippa writes about Marte Deborah Dalelv who, after reporting being raped in Dubai found herself prosecuted for sex outside marriage. Marte has now lost her job due to the "unacceptable and improper behaviour" of being convicted.

Philippa Willitts // 20 July 2013

Categories: Blog

Nafissatou Diallo speaks out

Photo of Newsweek cover, depicting a photo of DSK’s face opposite Diallo’s, with the words “Exclusive: DSK Maid Speaks” between them. Nafissatou Diallo, the hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn...

Laura // 25 July 2011

Categories: Blog

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