Gender Based Violence

Video explaining Gender-based Violence

Gender-based Violence Framework for Schools

On Monday 4th March 2024 the First Minister Humza Yousaf and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills Jenny Gilruth launched the framework for schools to develop and strengthen universal and targeted approaches to gender-based violence. You can find it here:

Online Misogyny 

The A-Z below is a guide to support practitioners, parents or mentors having conversations with young people about misogyny and online influencers.  Alongside this is  Home Office briefing on PREVENT, a research paper conducted by Dr Kaitlyn Regehr on Online Misogyny – which helped guide creation of our scenario – and a link to research into algorithms on YouTube.

 _A-Z of Supporting Conversations Around Misogyny

Home Office Prevent and Misogyny guidance – Wakelet contains links to research, articles, resources and documentaries about online misogyny and Incel culture.

The Learning Conversations: Is social media influence elevating misogyny in schools? | Education Scotland podcast (


Information for Educators about domestic abuse, signs to be aware of and potential impacts on children and young people.

Domestic Abuse – Information for Educators

Domestic Abuse – Information for Educators – Key Messages

Domestic Abuse Wakelet with information and resources


Key policy and recent research relating to gender based violence


Equally Safe – Scotland’s strategy for preventing      and eradicating  violence against women and girls


      Equally Safe 2023 refresh

     Report into abuse in young women’s relationships


UN Women UNESCO Global Guidance on Addressing School Related Gender Based Violence 



EIS Get it Right for Girls 2016 


This report discusses the gender-based violence experienced by those in the LGBT community


How gender-based violence can impact those with learning disabilities



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