Episode 113: Dying To Be Heard

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Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti discuss Sally Challen's murder conviction and successful appeal on March 1st, the pioneering coercive control law and the lawyer, Harriet Wistrich, who is holding the state to account when they let women down.

This is a special episode to mark International Women's Day and pay tribute to Harriet and other leading advocates who tirelessly lobby, campaign and raise awareness of injustice on behalf of women who have lost their voice and been let down.

#IWD2018 #HerNameISSally

Notes

Justice 4 Women

https://www.justiceforwomen.org.uk/

Coercive Control Law and Statutory Guidance

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/482528/Controlling_or_coercive_behaviour_-_statutory_guidance.pdf

DASH Risk Identification, Assessment and Management Model

www.dashriskchecklist.co.uk

Laura's 'Policing Domestic Violence' Book

https://www.laurarichards.co.uk/books/

Sign the petition for serial stalkers and domestic abuse perpetrators to be included on the violent and sex offenders register

https://www.change.org/p/rt-hon-theresa-may-mp-create-a-stalker-s-register

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