Women Against Rape
Moving Beyond 'No Means No': Questions Raised over New UK Guidelines on Consent in Rape Cases
New instructions to police and prosecutors in England and Wales this week hope to clear up "myths and stereotypes" around issues of consent, but some campaigners they don't go far enough.
Here Be Dragons
Sexual Abuse Is a Far Bigger Problem Than False Rape Allegations
Widespread and unjustified skepticism about rape claims could make victims fearful of reporting such a serious crime.
Campaigners Say British Authorities Must End 'Aggressive Pursuit' of Women for False Rape Claims
At least 109 British women have been jailed in the past five years for false claims of sexual violence. Now an NGO says that many have been unfairly prosecuted, and that the practice is harming efforts to prosecute sexual violence.