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February 3, 2017

“But then there nothing more to…

A new submission from Katy. I was running through Brockwell Park and I felt someone put their hand up my bum. I turned around and saw a young teenage boy run away and laugh while another older teen stood by. I swore and shouted at him and then asked why he thought it was acceptable. I asked him to come and explain to me why he thought it was acceptable:…
January 26, 2017

New Submission

I was walking home from the gym and this guy starts walking beside me, and then matches my pace and keeps walking right beside me for about 10 seconds. Unnerving. I had my headphones in but could hear him saying "Hey girl, where you going? Talk to to me for a minute, what you got going on that's so important you can't talk to me for one little minute?" He…
Shaftesbury Place
January 20, 2017

London Wall Roundabout

New submission from Jennifer: I walked around the London Wall roundabout to get to the Pret on the corner, and there was a man who cat called out of his car at me the whole way around the roundabout. I finally stood behind a pillar and waited until the car turned to finish walking to my destination.


Statement of Support for Pagan Lilley Motlagh-Phillps

Yesterday the Evening Standard shared with London the story Pagan Lilley Motlagh-Phillps. The telling of her powerful story is so important and we commend this paper for telling it – more importantly we want to acknowledge Pagan’s strength in speaking out. Her experience of harassment reminds us to respect survivors and their survival mechanisms. So … Continued

Statement in Support of SRENow

Last month, The Everyday Sexism Project and the End Violence Against Women Coalition launched their #SRENow campaign, and Hollaback London would like to state our full support for their call to make Sex and Relationships Education compulsory in all schools. We believe every child deserves simple, clear information about their rights, consent, and healthy relationships. … Continued

The Night Tube

This weekend brought with it the launch of London’s Night Tube. Many of you may well have been excited about this, and we were too, but you may also have felt anxious about travelling on the Tube late at night. We wanted to let you know that this feeling is normal and you are not … Continued