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Leveson Inquiry

January 31, 2012

End Violence Against Women (EVAW) Gives Evidence At Leveson Inquiry:  On Tuesday 24th January EVAW Co Chair, Marai Larasi, gave evidence to the Leveson Inquiry about the inaccurate, prejudicial and biassed reporting of violence against women

From the Guardian: Leveson Must Back Ban On Sexualised Images In Media, Women’s Groups Say (24/01/12):  Explicit newspaper pictures censored in inquiry evidence but Leveson warned change would require ‘rock-solid legislation’

Women’s Organisations At Leveson – Holding The Media To Account (Women’s Resource Centre 24/01/12):  While it seems much of mainstream news has been preoccupied with the media big guns appearing at the Leveson inquiry into media ethics, today was the chance for women’s organisations to testify about the often sensationalised coverage of issues such as violence against women, rape, so-called ‘honour killings’ and stalking.

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