The Femicide Census

by The Femicide Census in United Kingdom

£3,176

 
Gift Aid
+ est. £632.75
£5,000 target 31 days left
63% 104 supporters
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by 6th January 2021 at 4:00pm

The Femicide Census aims to provide a clear account of men’s fatal violence against women in the UK.

by The Femicide Census in United Kingdom

The Femicide Census collects information on the killing of women and girls aged fourteen years and over by men in the UK. The census database is constantly being updated, as perpetrators are charged, trials held, verdicts reached, sentences issued and women continue to be killed by men. Each published report is based on the most complete data available at the time of writing.

The Femicide Census was launched in 2015 and released its first report ‘Redefining an Isolated Incident’ an analysis of the deaths of women killed between 2009 and 2015, in 2016. Since then, we have released a report every year, looking at femicide in the UK the preceding year which has enabled us to collate and review ten years of femicides in the UK.

In November 2020, we will be releasing our groundbreaking 10-year Report: UK Femicides 2009-2018: The police said, “there is no risk to the wider community.”

The Femicide Census was founded and is directed by Karen Ingala Smith and Clarrie O’Callaghan and is run entirely upon funding though donations and pro bono support.

We will be sharing half of what is raised through this appeal (after costs) with Advocacy After Fatal Domestic Abuse (AAFDA), a fantastic charity offering expert emotional, practical and specialist peer support to those left behind after domestic homicide.

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

Femicide Census Friend

Thank you for supporting this vital research.

£15 or more

Femicide Census Supporter

You will receive a hard copy of the executive summary of the report.

£50 or more

10 of 100 claimed

Femicide Census Solidarity Supporter

You will receive a hard copy of our 10-year Report UK Femicides 2009-2018: The police said, “there is no risk to the wider community.”

£500 or more

£500 Reward - Femicide Census Research Supporter

You will receive a hard copy of the 10-year report, UK Femicides 2009-2018: The police said, “there is no risk to the wider community.” In 2021, you will receive a hard copy of the annual report on 2019 femicides. You (if desired) will be thanked as Femicide Census Research Supporter on our website.

£5,000 or more

Femicide Census Funder

If you are in a position to make a substantial donation, please contact us at info@femicidescensus.org to discuss how you would like to help.

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