Past reports

Eaves carries out extensive research which provides crucial evidence of the nature and scale of violence against women.

Many of the reports below include statistics and real-life case studies that are drawn directly from women who have experienced violence against women.

Women and Media

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‘Just the Women’ - An evaluation of eleven British national newspapers’ portrayal of women over a two week period

December 2012Download


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Cycles of harm: Problematic alcohol use amongst women involved in prostitution

November 2013Download

Capital Exploits: A study of prostitution and trafficking in London

June 2013Download

Breaking down the barriers: a study of how women exit prostitution

November 2012Download

Men Who Buy Sex: who they buy and what they know

December 2009Download

Sex in the City: Mapping Commercial Sex Across London

August 2004Download


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Of Human Bondage: trafficking in women and contemporary slavery in the UK

August 2009Download

Male-ordered: the mail-order bride industry and trafficking in women for sexual and labour exploitation

February 2009Download

Routes In, Routes Out: quantifying the gendered experience of trafficking to the UK

August 2008Download

POPPY Project Outreach Service: a review of work to date: January – September 2007

January 2008Download

Detained: Prisoners with No Crime

January 2008Download

Rape and sexual assault

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Just Representation? Press Reporting and the Reality of Rape

February 2008Download