Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has published proposals for a 'Gender Based Abuse Strategy: The Greater Manchester Strategy to Tackle Violence Against Women and Girls'. In light of the tragic death of Sarah Everard and the urgency to address gender-based abuse, the public are being asked to provide their feedback on the Greater Manchester proposals to make sure it has sufficiently captured the right issues and how to address them before going to a full public consultation in May 2021.
The GMCA has been developing the ambitious and transformative 10-year strategy to provide a comprehensive and responsive service to improve the safety of the mainly women and girls who are victims of gender-based abuse. It also aims to challenge the attitudes and inequalities that promote it and enable those perpetrators who want to change to do so.
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Deadline: 18 April 2021