Karen Ingala Smith talks about the women whose deaths pressed her and Clarrie O’Callaghan’s to demand change and create the Femicide Census.
The Femicide Census has found that 16 femicides (women killed by men)[i] were committed by men who were either in or who had retired from
Our piece in the Observer on the failure of the government’s new Tackling Violence Against Women And Girls Strategy to address femicide. Read it here.
Femicide Census Comment on the Killing of Maxine Chapman/ Davison, Sophie Martin, Kate Shepherd, Lee Martyn, Stephen Washington and Daniela Espirito Santo Within hours of
Yvonne Roberts writing for The Observer as part of our joint End Femicide campaign, on race, racism and femicide in the UK. Read the article