An excellent resource from SERICC providing comprehensive information and challenge about rape myths.
Report from the NSPCC.
WAVE Country Report 2013
Detailed report on the domestic abuse service provision across Europe.
It's Wrong But You Get Used To It (2013)
A report from the Children's Commissioner uncovering the reality of sexual abuse and violence
perpetrated mainly by boys, against girls within gangs and friendship groups across the UK
A Qualitative Survey of Children, Young People and Sexting (2012)
Jessica Ringrose, Rosalind Gill, Sonia Livingstone and Laura Harvey
A report from the NSPCC responding to and enhancing understandings of the complex nature of sexting and the role of mobile technologies within peer teen networks.
Sexting: An Exploration of Practices, Attitudes and Influence (2012)
This report develops and compliments work commissioned by the NSPCC in May 2012 exploring the phenomenon of sexting among young people.
Honouring Resistance: How Women Resist Abuse in Intimate Relationships (2007)
An excellent resource created by Calgary Women's Emergency Shelter, It looks at what victims do to oppose abuse and to keep their dignity.
A Contradiction in Terms?: A Gendered Analysis and Same-Sex Domestic Abuse (2007)
A paper produced by Scottish Women's Aid to explore how the impact of a gendered analysis on domestic abuse impacts our understanding of perpetration of abuse within same-sex relationships.
Young People with Learning Disability and the Development of Sexual Relationships (2011) Rebecca Wright
Page 63 - 74 of this paper is an exploratory study aiming to understand whether young people with learning disabilities receive sex education and are given accessible information and support relating to sexualised behaviours.
From disability to capability: sex and relationship learning for children and young people with a learning disability (2011) Colin Arthur Morris
This study focuses on sex and relationships learning and is concerned with the securing of sexual rights for young people with learning disabilities.
Call to End Violence against Women and Girls: Taking Action, The Next Chapter (2012)
An update to the Coalition Government's Plan on ending violence against women and girls.
'Standing on my own two feet’: disadvantaged teenagers, intimate partner
violence and coercive control (2011) Marsha Wood, Christine Barter and David Berridge
A report focusing on disadvantaged young people’s experiences of violence and control in their intimate relationships
Letting Children be Children (2011) Reg Bailey
The report of an Independent Review of the Commercialisation and Sexualisation of Childhood by Reg Bailey, Chief Executive of the Mothers' Union
Sexualisation of Young People Review (2010) Dr Linda Papadopoulos
An independant review into the sexualisation of young people
Partner exploitation and violence in teenage intimate relationships
(2009) Christine Barter, Melanie McCarry, David Berridge and Kathy Evans
A report examining young people’s (13-16 years old) experiences of partner violence and how to respond.
Together we can end violence against women and girls: A consultation paper (2009)
UK Government consultation aiming to raise awareness and provoke discussion and debate as to what more can be done by interested parties and stakeholders to end violence against women and girls and minimise its effects.
Call to end violence against women and girls (2010)
The coalition government's paper outlining their ambition and guiding principles to tackle violence against women and girls.