Harassment & Assault

Most women know what it’s like to be harassed in the street – 4 out of 5 women in the UK have experienced it.

Hollaback! is a global, people-powered movement to end harassment — in all its forms. 

Follow the links (right) to explore their resources which contain a wealth of advice, information and links to services.

Click the images below to read the full stories.

CONTENT WARNING Please note that this website contains quotes and recollections relating to incidents of street harassment and assault. If you prefer not to view this content, please stay on this page and avoid going into the individual artwork pages which contain more detailed accounts.

We ended up taking a longer route home.”

Crochet by Joe Booth

“The bouncers presumed that I knew the man by the way that he was shouting at me.”

Cross Stitch by Katya Lawder

“He kept asking ‘how much?'”

Embroidery by Catherine Mugonyi

“A man I was passing grabbed my hair.”

Cross Stitch by Louise Ashcroft, Joe Booth & Charlie Ashton

“Robbed at knifepoint.”

Embroidery by Catherine Mason

“Large groups of drunk men shouting at you when you are alone is terrifying.

3D Print by Catherine Mugonyi

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