Misogyny – A Human Rights Issue

The Working Group on Misogyny and Criminal Justice's independent report on their findings and recommendations.

Appendix 1

Summary of Working Group activity
Date Evidence / presentations from
12 February 2021 Working Group Secretariat.
19 March 2021 Susannah Fish, OBE QPM MBA, retired Chief Constable, Nottinghamshire Police Force.
Charlotte Fischer & Marsha Jephcott, Love and Power and Citizens UK.
30 April 2021 Professor Kate Manne, Cornell University.
21 May 2021 Dr Olga Jurasz, The Open University & Dr Kim Barker, The Open University Law School.
Professor Liz Kelly
, London Metropolitan University.
18 June 2021 Dr Bianca Fileborn, University of Melbourne.
Fiona Vera‑Grey, Durham University.
23 July 2021 Claire Barnett, UN. Victor Madrigal‑Borloz, UN.
3 September 2021 Monica Lennon MSP, Gillian Mackay MSP, Gillian Martin MSP, Linda Fabiani (former MSP) Scottish Parliament
8 October 2021 ACC Gary Ritchie, CI Jim McMillan, Police Scotland Christine McLintock, Laura Sharp, Debbie Wilson, Law Society of Scotland Dr Andrew Tickell, Caledonian University
5 November 2021
3 December 2021
Marsha Scott, Scottish Women's Aid
Massie Geelen, Zero Tolerance
Sandy Brindley, Rape Crisis Scotland
Mariam Ahmed
, Amina
Heather Fisken
, Inclusion Scotland

The Working Group also invited evidence from the following who were unable to participate:

Annie Wells MSP
Disability Equality Scotland
Dubravka Šimonovic
Professor Lilia Cortina


Email: bill.brash@gov.scot

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