A year on from Sarah Everard’s murder in 2021, Ben Wilson discusses the failure of police to improve safety and justice for survivors of rape and sexual assault.
How to cope with the newest epidemic of violence against women
Amy Colwell discusses the needle spiking epidemic and how to deal with this newest iteration of violence against women.
Needle spiking and the women’s safety crisis
In the wake of an increase in spiking and further concerns over women’s safety, Siobhan Bahl discusses the present dangers and what can be done to mitigate them.
Open letter calls for the University of Exeter to introduce consent education
An open letter circulating the student body is calling for the University of Exeter to institute compulsory education on consent and sexual violence. After two days of circulation, the letter has over 300 signatures.
Why are women being pinned down in the streets? The Sarah Everard vigil
Caitlin Barr discusses the issues with the UK’s police force, and how the institution goes hand in hand with democracy.
#NotAllMen–a discussion worth having?
Sienna White discusses the important conversations surrounding female safety
Protest and the Police Bill
Protest and the Police Bill The government’s newly proposed Police and Crime Bill has caused shockwaves of outrage online, Anna Shaw discusses the bill’s potential repercussions. The newly proposed Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill will assign more power to the police, particularly in regards to protests; allowing them to set noise limits, impose finish […]
University handling of sexual assaults criticised by survivors
Students have spoken out about their experiences with the University following incidents of sexual assault and domestic abuse. A Vice Chancellor’s email to all students on 19 March reported that the University is liaising with the Devon and Cornwall Police after two sexual assaults on Exeter students took place on Streatham Campus in the early […]