Henny Beaumont wants to show others these are "real people who lost their lives” in her project, 'Disappearing Women'.
Campaigners are worried Covid will be used by perpetrators to be given lenient sentences – while women who kill after abuse get stiffer punishments.
For this change to offer justice to all women, the VAWG sector must learn to recognise trans women survivors as both the women and survivors that they are, writes Evie Muir.
Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss how to improve things is shadow domestic violence minister Jess Phillips, who calls for cross-party talks, why Liz Truss needs to do more, and also whether the Hartlepool by-election will reveal the direction of travel for post-Brexit, post-pandemic Britain.
PM under pressure to act after powerful speeches from women peers urging better protection.
House of Lords expected to pass amendment, forcing ministers to accept or come up with alternative
Dr Zahid Chauhan faced abuse for offering the jab to homeless people – but he's now been backed up by the authorities.
Debate to mark International Women's Day takes place in "shadow of the menace of male violence against women", says Harriet Harman.
An attorney for William Wallace, 39, claims he did not kill his wife and that she died after she fell into a glass table while drunk.
Thanks to funding from Black Lives Matter UK, our charity can finally research the full extent of abuse against Black women and girls, writes Sistah Space CEO Ngozi Fulani.