The Write to End Violence Against Women Awards 2022 by Zero Tolerance and EVAW
Recognise and reward journalists, writers and content creators across the UK who raise awareness of gender inequality and Violence Against Women and Girls. Submit a piece to our 10th Write to End Violence Against Women Awards.
Submissions are open at 12 noon on Wednesday the 18 of May 2022 and close at midnight on Friday 30 September 2022.

If you are submitting an article behind a paywall please complete this form and email a copy of this article in Word or PDF to

We’re particularly interested in pieces which represent voices not often heard, for example Black, Asian, and ethnically diverse people; LGBT+ people; disabled people; and people from rural communities; and/or people from working-class/lower socioeconomic backgrounds.

Entry guidelines

Entry is free
You can submit your own or another person’s piece.
You may also submit more than one entry per category.
You may enter as many categories as you wish, but you must complete a different submission for each one.
No single submission will be accepted in more than one category. Please choose the most appropriate single category for your entry. If you are unsure which category to choose, please contact
Submissions must have been published between 01/10/21 and 30/09/22.
Submissions must be created in the UK or primarily reaching a UK audience.
For Best Piece – News and Best Piece – Feature the author must have received financial compensation for the piece.
Your details will not be shared with any third party, and will only be used by us for awards-related communications.

Writing in Languages Other than English
We are keen to ensure that the Write Awards receive as broad a range of submissions as possible. We also know that many people writing on gender equality and violence against women in the UK will be doing so in another language.  
Unfortunately, due to our staff capacity and time constraints, we can only accept pieces that have been translated into English (this is something we are keen to change in the future years).
However, if you are unable to translate your piece, please let us know – we will do all we can to share it among our networks and find someone with the expertise to get your piece translated and eligible for submission. Contact Joanna Zawadzka at for more help.

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