Shortlist announced for the 2018 Awards

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.

This year we received a wonderful range of submissions across all the categories. These were reviewed by a panel to form the shortlist below. To read more about what we were looking for when we review submissions, read Handle with Care, our guide for journalists.

We look forward to welcoming all the shortlisted authors to the awards ceremony on Wednesday 28th November, where the winners will be announced.

News Reporting – Sponsored by the Daily Record

Caitlin Logan Parties unite to pressure Crown Office over risk of ‘re-traumatising’ rape survivors with new prosecution policy

Caitlin Logan “Malicious misinformation” on gender recognition is impacting on trans young people, says charity

Peter Swindon Students fear ‘academic consequences’ if they report sex attacks on campus

David Thomson STUC youth conference demands independent inquiry into sex for rent scandal

News Feature – Sponsored by NUJ Glasgow Branch and NUJ Scotland

Dani GaravelliInsight: The Edinburgh clinic helping sex workers stay safe

Dani GaravelliInjustice cries out at Kavanaugh hearing

Kirsty StricklandWomen’s Aid workers share horror stories from women and children who seek sanctuary over Christmas

Caitlin LoganCourt process can “cause as much damage” for victims as domestic abuse, say women’s rights advocates

Best Blog or Comment – Sponsored by the University of Strathclyde

Lesley MacMillan and Deborah White – Technologising Rape and Sexual Assault: Can we really innovate the problem away?

Shona Craven – Santa Fe shooting: Stop telling girls to put male feelings first

Hailey Maxwell The Scottish Left Must Do More On Sexual Violence

Hailey Maxwell – Exhibition Review. Antony Connelly at Minus: “If You Got The Money” 

Year of Young People – Sponsored by the Young Women Movement

Katie McPeake Words for wounds

Rosie HiltonThe everyday resistance of surviving sexual violence

Elsa, Anna, Kirsty from Dingwall Academy Time’s Up

Georgina HayesWolves in Feminist Clothing

Wooden Spoon

This year’s wooden spoon award will be announced at the ceremony.

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