Katharine Sacks-Jones

Director of Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk, campaigning to ensure those facing abuse, poverty, poor mental health, addiction & homelessness get the support and protection they need

Biography

Katharine is the inaugural Director of Agenda, the alliance for women and girls at risk. She has 15 years’ experience working across policy, campaigns, public affairs and parliament. Agenda campaigns to ensure those facing abuse, poverty, poor mental health, addiction and homelessness get the support and protection they need.

Katharine currently sits on the Advisory Board for Female Offenders and co-chairs the Women’s Mental Health Task Force at the Department of Health. Before joining Agenda, Katharine led the Policy & Campaigns team at Crisis.

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30 September 2017

Increase in drug-related deaths - Channel 4 News

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10 September 2017

Britain is facing a women's suicide crisis - Telegraph

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23 May 2017

We should not lost sympathy when girls who have been abused become women - Huffington Post

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27 April 2017

Sex for rent scandal leaves women vulnerable to abuse - Independent

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2 March 2017

Physical restraint is traumatising women all over again - Guardian

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1 March 2017

'Face-down' restraint used repeatedly on girls - BBC News at 10

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