Sarah Everard murder sparked UK reckoning with male violence, say charities
The Guardian says Sarah Everard’s murder a year ago sparked a nationwide reckoning and revolutionised how the British public understand male violence against women, according to research.
The first major survey of women’s groups in the UK since the 33-year-old’s death also reveals the majority of charities believe the risk to women and girls has increased over the last year.
The survey by Rosa, a grant-making charity for 320 frontline women’s organisations, found 89% thought there had been a shift in public awareness over the last 12 months.
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