Emmaculate Tshuma an 18-year-old Manchester student has been detained and is facing the threat of deportation despite having suffered physical and sexual abuse in her home country
“Reclaim the Night is so much more than just one night and one street. It’s about a movement of people who can build unity to stand together, to break the silence and to say enough is enough”
Students will be driven from the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons straight to their front doors in an attempt to help students feel safer in the city at night after increasing reports of sexual assaults in the last year
Drinkaware has released statistics that show sexual crime, such as harassment, is commonplace in the clubs, bars and streets of university towns
The Students’ Union’s production of the Vagina Monologues was a sellout success
The Manchester Campaigns Bazaar showcased the wide variety of campaign and community groups across Manchester. A panel debate at the event discussed ‘What’s Left? Local Activism in the Age of Austerity’
Manchester’s police are warning women around Manchester to be extra vigilant at night
Reclaim the Night 2016 will protest against sexual violence in Manchester and is calling for everyone to come along and get involved
Last month a student coming home from a night out was raped in Fallowfield, police are appealing for a witness to come forward.
Reclaim the Night 2015 proved a huge success, with a record number of over 2000 protesters attending
Students “find it ridiculous that MPs will be debating ‘loud student parties’ in parliament this week, whilst next to nothing is being done to protect women that are being raped”.