Related Organisations

Below is a list of feminist charities and campaign groups.

AVA (Against Violence & Abuse) is a national second tier service working to end all forms of violence against women and girls. 

Centre for Women's Justice is charity committed to securing justice when men are violent towards them.They 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 challenge the state, bring strategic law challenges and ensure access to justice for victims of male violence.

The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) is a non-governmental organisation that promotes women's human rights by working internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms. 

Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit (CWASU) is a centre for independent research, evaluation, training, consultancy and networking from a feminist perspective.

Counting Dead Women This twitter feed keeps count, and pays respect to, all UK women killed by men or where a man is the principal/primary suspect.

Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize – Emma was a writer, campaigner and survivor of male violence who fought an historic struggle to overturn a murder conviction in 1995, supported by Justice for Women and other feminist campaigners. The annual prize of £1,000 is awarded to an individual woman who has, through writing or campaigning, raised awareness of violence against women and children. 

End Violence Against Women (EVAW) Coalition is an unprecedented coalition of individuals and organisations who are calling on the Government, public bodies and others to take concerted action to end violence against women.

Foundation for Women's Health, Research and Development (FORWARD) is an international non-governmental organisation that works to advance and protect the sexual and reproductive health and human rights of African girls and women. 

London Feminist Network is a women-only networking and campaigning organisation, formed in 2004 to unite London UK-based feminist groups and individuals in action. 

Million Women Rise is a coalition of individual women and representatives from the women's voluntary and community sector who have come together to organise an annual national demonstration against male violence which coincides with International Women's Day in March each year.

OBJECT is one of the only human rights organisations dedicated to challenging the sexual objectification of women in the media and popular culture.

Reclaim the Night: since 2004, the London Feminist Network has organised this annual, national women’s Reclaim the Night march against rape and all forms of male violence against women. 

Southall Black Sisters is a not-for-profit organisation established in 1979 to meet the needs of Black (Asian and African-Caribbean) women. They aim to highlight and challenge violence against women; empower them to gain more control over their lives; live without fear of violence; and assert their human rights to justice, equality and freedom. 

Truth About Rape is a women-only campaign challenging myths about rape, and working to the realities of rape back onto the public agenda.

UK Feminista is a feminist campaigning organisation. Their purpose is to end the continuing inequalities between women and men.  They act as a bridge between ordinary people on the ground who want to do something about gender inequality and the many fantastic feminist organisations both in the UK and abroad spearheading campaigns. 

The Women's Library is a cultural centre housing the most extensive collection of women's history in the UK. Access is free and open to everyone. 

The Zero Tolerance Charitable Trust is an organisation promoting innovative policy and practice that tackle the root causes of male violence against women and children.