Alison Boydell

Alison Boydell works and volunteers in the sexual violence sector. She is a lifelong feminist activist, campaigner and advocate for victims and survivors of sexual violence, and more recently, for women who are targeted with online harassment and abuse. In 2013, she co-founded the End Online Misogyny with Catalina Hernandez, in response to the abuse received by Caroline Criado-Perez. In 2014, Alison co-founded JURIES, campaigning for the mandatory briefings of juries on rape myths, stereotypes and realities in sexual violence trials, with Jill Saward.  Alison is hoping to do an MA in Sexual Violence in 2016.