The Centre for Women’s Justice is a new charity, founded in 2016. We aim to bring together specialist lawyers, academics and other experts in the field of violence against women, with those working on the frontline as activists, survivors and service providers to bring strategic law challenges and ensure access to justice for victims of male violence. By connecting these specialist areas we hope to better monitor the challenges on the ground and identify particular cases to take forward. We hope to access the expertise of a range of experts to enhance our arguments and evidence base and have maximum impact. By networking across the jurisdiction of England and Wales, through publicity and training we aim to ensure that all those who require access to good lawyers in this area can get connected. Find out more by clicking below.

MISSION

We will hold the state accountable for failures in the prevention of violence against women and girls.

WHY WE EXIST

Violence against women and girls is widely recognised as a global endemic problem.  Find out why we are doing what we do, here.

OUR PEOPLE

Our Board of Trustees have a wide range of expertise and professional experience.

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WHAT OUR NETWORK SAYS ABOUT US AND OUR EVENTS

What a fantastic day at  – heard from so many inspiring people & feel like I’ve learned so much just by attending 🙂

Emily R Pimm

Launch Event, Manchester 2016
Well organised and empowering and inspiring. Has a huge impact when survivors tell their ‘story’ – how it affected them and the injustices they have endured.

Delegate

SW of England Launch, Bristol 2017

It was a privilege to be part of  conference yesterday. So much energy, passion, knowledge & experience. TY 

 

End Online Misogyny

Launch Event, Manchester 2016

Help shape the future of women and girls.