The inaccurately-named Centre For Women's Justice seems to need a lesson in what 'justice' actually is...
We have done this in the light of the recent plummeting volume of cases prosecuted and our own case work, which tells us that rape myths and stereotypes continue to infect the system.
Other research tells us something different, though. Who to believe, the people who understand the law, or the single issue whackjobs who believe arrest = guilt (but only if you're a man)..?
Our report makes a series of recommendations designed to ensure accountable leadership, radical thinking in our court system including a commission on juries and the adversarial approach, funded independent legal advocates, a ban on previous sex history, and adequately funded holistic specialist support services for survivors.
If you start from a standpoint that all acccusations are true, why don't you go the whole hog and demand the abolition of the trial system entirely?