The Women’s Equality Party launched the #WEcount campaign to reclaim Britain’s streets for women, UK-wide. This follows a highly successful London campaign in March, when the city’s women posted on social media and an interactive map to mark their experiences of violence, harassment and assault.
“WE are now extending #WEcount across the UK so that women right across the country can make their voices heard and say: this must stop,” said Sophie Walker, leader of the Women’s Equality Party and its London Mayoral candidate.
The campaign also includes a film featuring Pavan Amara, who built the “My Body Back” project after being attacked and has helped hundreds of women who have been assaulted to reclaim their lives.
For more details on how to get involved in the campaign, click here.