Professor Sylvia Walby reports on the impact of cuts on violence against women services
A report by leading academic Professor Sylvia Walby, UNESCO Chair in Gender Research, and Jude Towers at Lancaster University, raises concern about the implications of public expenditure reductions for the provision of local violence against women services. This report, commissioned...
FGM Initiative interim report published
The interim evaluation report of the Trust's joint initiative with Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Rosa, the UK Fund for Women and Girls shows good progress has been made on tackling Female Genital Mutilation within affected communities, particularly with building relationships...
Tackling Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
As part of this collaborative initiative between three funders - the Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Rosa - the UK fund for women and girls, Options UK has been commissioned to undertake an independent evaluation. The first stage of the...
Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy enhances safety
Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy support to high-risk victims can enhance safety and reduce repeat incidents according to a new evaluation by Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit at London Metropolitan University, commissioned by the Trust for London and the Henry...
A Chance to Be Free
The final report on Trust for London's "Tackling Modern Day Slavery special initiative"
Tackling Modern Day Slavery
An interim report on our Tackling Modern Day Slavery special initiative, which collates the significant progress made by the five funded organisations in addressing exploitation in the UK....
Touching the margins
The report provides an evaluation of our young men's special initiative which we developed jointly with John Lyon's Charity....