Please see below for links to media coverage of Justice for Women's many campaigns. Coverage of specific cases an be found under the individual's name.

 

General

Justice for Women co-founder, Harriet Wistrich speaks with Helena Kennedy QC and Heather Savage (friend of Farieissia Martin) on the Victoria Derbyshire Show 25th October 2017

Why are we still looking women up for killing their violent partners?, Telegraph, 25 October 2017

Bad Women: Do We Still Demonise Female Offenders?The Platform, 15 January 2017

How The UK’s Domestic Abuse Laws Have Changed Since Sara Thornton Was FreedMakers, 2 June 2016

Will Stacey Hyde’s acquittal finally change hearts and minds? Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 15 June 2015

Women's Mass AwakingThe Guardian, 4 August 2010

Driven to Kill, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 26 June 2009

An end to the easy way out, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 29 July 2008

Spotlight on Domestic Abuse LawsBBC News, 29 July 2008

This one's for Emma, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 23 July 2008

Still taking abuse, Harriet Wistrich, The Guardian, 14 July 2005

Fatal Flaw, Harriet Wistrich, The Guardian, 3 March 2004

'Crime of passion' is no defenceThe Guardian, 19 January 2003

This is about a life destroyed, a family destroyedThe Guardian, 28 October 1999

Abused wife who killed gets probationThe Guardian, 23 October 1999

No satisfactionThe Guardian, 25 May 1999

 

Emma-Jayne Magson:

Charity planning appeal against murder conviction of boyfriend killer Emma-Jayne Magson, Leicester Mercury, 7 November 2017

 

Sally challen:

Richard Challen death: Campaigners aim to overturn wife's convictionBBC News, 25 October 2017

Harriet Wistrich discussing Sally's case on BBC Radio Surrey:

 

Farieissia Martin:

Farieissia Martin's friend Heather talks about Farieissia on the Victoria Derbyshire Show 25th October 2017

 

Stacey Hyde:

Stacey Hyde: I was branded a cold-hearted killer but that night it was him or me, Mirror, 13 June 2015

CPS’s blinkered approach to evidence in Stacey Hyde case, Stacey Hyde's defence team, The Guardian, 16 June 2015

Stacey Hyde: 'There are many more who need their cases re-examined'The Guardian, 11 June 2015

Stacey Hyde cleared of murdering friend’s violent boyfriend after retrialThe Times, 22 May 2015

Stacey Hyde’s story is a shocking insight into how the law treats young, abused women, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 22 May 2015

Young woman falls to her knees sobbing after retrial jury clears her of murdering friend's violent boyfriendDaily Mail, 21 May 2015

Stacey Hyde cleared of murder at retrialThe Telegraph, 21 May 2015

Stacey Hyde cleared of murder in retrialThe Guardian, 21 May 2015

Stacey Hyde cleared of murdering Vincent Francis in retrialBBC News, 21 May 2015

Justice for Stacey Hyde: A Frightened 17-Year-OldThe Huffington Post, 11 November 2015

Stacey Hyde wins appeal against murder convictionThe Guardian, 13 November 2014

Should we have jailed this teen girl for life for killing a violent man?The Telegraph, 13 November 2014

Behind Stacey Hyde’s conviction for murder is a failed mental health system, Julie Bindel, 12 November 2014

Stacey Hyde: life imprisonment for 'acting out of fear'The Guardian, 26 November 2013

 

kirsty scamp

Released woman: ‘I still can’t go home to mum’, This is Kent, 30 July 2010

Kirsty is released from prisonThis is Kent, 30 July 2010

Kent women freed after stabbing ‘never meant to kill’BBC News Kent, 26 July 2010

Exclusive interview with Kirsty ScampKentOnline, 23 July 2010

Woman freed after winning murder conviction appealKent News, 22 July 2010

Woman who stabbed boyfriend to death is freed because trial judge failed to properly direct jurors on victim's violent pastDaily Mail, 22 July 2010

Kent woman wins Sheerness murder appealBBC News Kent, 21 July 2010

 

Sharon Akers

Woman guilty of murdering loverBBC News, 19 May 2004

Driven to Kill, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 26 June 2009

 

Jane Andrews

Killer ex-royal dresser Jane Andrews to be released, TheTelegraph, 21 May 2015

Former royal aide to leave prison after serving 14 years for murder, The Guardian, 21 May 2015

Jane Andrews to be released from prisonIndependent, 21 May 2015

Duchess of York's killer aide Jane Andrews loses her bid to be freed from prisonThe Telegraph, 27 April 2012

Was it really murder? Part I, The Guardian, 30 August 2003

Was it really murder? Part II, The Guardian, 30 August 2003

 

Josephine Smith

Judges free mother convicted of gun murder of abusive husbandThe Telegraph, 5 November 2002

Court frees woman who shot abusive husbandIndependent, 5 November 2002

Murder trauma set to be relivedLynn News, 11 January 2002

'Battered' killer secures appealThe Guardian, 8 January 2002

It was years before I believed he was deadIndependent, 25 September 2000

 

Donna Tinker

Knife-killing woman has murder ruling quashedThe Telegraph, 6 December 2002

Girl relives day mother turned killerThe Telegraph, 4 December 2002

Court hears of step-fathers threatsBBC News, 3 December 2002

Daughter's evidence could free battered wifeThe Guardian, 24 November 2002

 

Zoora Shah

Straw cuts jail term for woman who killed 'abuser', The Guardian, 5 April 2000

Arsenic killer's sentence cutBBC News, 4 April 2000

They both killed their partners. But which one got life?Independent, 1 November 1999

This is about a life destroyed, a family destroyedThe Guardian, 28 October 1999

Should Zoora be serving 20 years?The Irish Times, 23 November 1998

Arsenic killer loses appealBBC News, 30 April 1998

Somewhere in BritainIndependent, 22 February 1998

 

Diana Butler

Woman who killed violent partner gets probationThe Guardian, 2 October 1999

Woman who killed boyfriend walks freeBBC News, 1 October 1999

 

SARA THORNTON

How The UK’s Domestic Abuse Laws Have Changed Since Sara Thornton Was FreedMakers, 2 June 2016

Sara Thornton is cleared of murderIndependent, 30 May 1996

Murder wife's pardon plea is rejectedIndependent, 18 August 1993

 

EMMA HUMPHREYS

This one's for Emma, Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 23 July 2008

Self-portrait of a teenage killerThe Guardian, 10 November 2003

Woman who stabbed violent partner freedIndependent, 7 July 1995

also see:

The Map of My Life: The Story of Emma Humphreys (ISBN: 9780954634100) by Julie Bindel and Harriet Wistrich.

 

Janet Gardner

Battered woman is freed over killingIndependent, 30 October 1992

 

Kiranjit Ahluwalia

'I wanted him to stop hurting me', Julie Bindel, The Guardian, 4 April 2007

Killer given domestic violence awardBBC News, 12 November 2001

Brutalised wife appeals against murder verdictIndependent, 19 July 1992