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Annex A: Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls - Progress against previous actions

July 2021

Ending Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy Refresh (Published March 2019)

Prevention

Ref 1

Action: Commission new research on “what works” to engage men and boys on challenging issues such as gender and healthy relationships.

Lead: Government Equalities Office

Status: Completed - This research was completed and published in January 2021

Research publications - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Ref 2

Action: Commission new research into the causes, impacts and influencers of body dissatisfaction, and what works to tackle the cause and effects of low body image.

Lead: Government Equalities Office

Status: Completed - This research was completed and published in January 2021

Research publications - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Ref 3

Action: Work with schools to support the roll-out of mandatory Relationships Sex and Health Education to ensure that it provides children and young people with the knowledge and understanding that they need on violence against women and girls.

Lead: Department for Education

Status: Completed - Since September 2020, Relationships and Health Education has been compulsory in primary schools and Relationships Sex and Health Education has been compulsory in secondary schools.

In September 2020, the Department for Education published a package of support for all schools to support the implementation and teaching of the RSHE curriculum.

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