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The Fraud Women’s Network is extremely grateful to the following companies and organisations for their kind support:

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AFFILIATED CHARITY

The Eve Appeal
www.eveappeal.org.uk
Every day in the UK, 55 women will be diagnosed with gynaecological cancer and 21 will die.

At The Eve Appeal, we believe that this isn’t good enough. We are the only national charity dedicated to fighting all 5 gynaecological cancers and we won’t stop until there aren’t 21 deaths too many every day from this terrible disease.

40% of women diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer will not survive. Despite these grim statistics, gynaecological cancer is not a well-funded cause.

Founded in 2002, we have spent more than 10 years raising money to fund the world-class research programme at the Department of Women's Cancer based at University College London (UCL). We fund research to seek improved methods of early detection, test screening methods and potentially prevent gynaecological cancer from developing.

Despite being a small charity, we punch well above our weight - we focus on where we can make the biggest difference by funding innovative projects and gaps in funding. An independent review of research funded by The Eve Appeal noted: ‘There is no doubt that this research is contributing to international understanding of gynaecological cancers and their management. It will have significant impacts.’

The Eve Appeal is unique in supporting innovative research in women’s cancers. Our focus is clear – it’s on understanding why these cancers start so that we can diagnose them at the earliest stage or indeed prevent them.

Our new programme that starts work in September, FORECEE (4C) is an innovative clinical research study that has the potential to transform preventative screening processes for female cancers and save significantly more women’s lives.

With cancer prediction becoming one of the most pressing issues in health care today, this particular programme aims to make individualised risk predictions for cancer available to women for the first time for any one of four female cancers – breast, cervical, endometrial and ovarian. Ultimately, the success of this programme will mean that women could undergo one simple cervical smear test to screen for four cancers.

With big hearts and bright minds we can fight women’s cancers, but we cannot do it alone.

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If you would like to become a Sponsor of the Fraud Women’s Network please email us at  info@fraudwomensnetwork.com

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USEFUL LINKS





  If the worst should happen and you suffer an on-line crime such as fraud, Victim Support is here to support you and help you move beyond that crime. We support hundreds of people every day to cope with the impact and effects of crime and help rebuild their lives and confidence to venture back on line. We are an independent charity offering free, confidential support to people affected by crime and traumatic incidents. You do not necessarily have to report the crime to police to access our services. Victim Support can be contacted by:
• Requesting support online
• Contacting your local Victim Support team
• Calling our Supportline for free on 08 08 16 89 111 or emailing us


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  IAAC works with business, Government and academia to help create an information society that is open, secure and productive.  Together, we develop thought leadership and policy advice on Information Assurance and promote the development of cyber security skills across the UK economy. Supported by commercial sponsors, membership of the IAAC Community of Interest is open to all emerging and established information assurance professionals, ranging from technology specialists to those with an interest in behavioural and human factors.

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  SASIG is a subscription free quarterly networking forum open to those who have an interest in, or a responsibility for, raising awareness about security within their organisations.

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Financial Fraud Action UK is the name under which the financial services industry co-ordinates its activity on fraud, presenting a united front against financial fraud and its effects.

Please click here to visit the Financial Fraud Action UK website
  The Panel aims to raise awareness of the immense social and economic damage caused by fraud and to help the private and public sectors, and the public at large, to fight back. The Panel was established in 1998 through a public-spirited initiative.

Please click here to visit the Fraud Advisory Panel website
     
 
The BBA is committed to creating an environment in which members can prosper by: building relationships with decision makers, promoting and protecting the UK's leading position in the global financial services industry, providing information and guidance, and striving for professionalism and excellence at all time.

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  The ACFE is the world's premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with nearly 40,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud world-wide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession. The ACFE UK has the largest Chapter membership worldwide.

Please click here to visit the ACFE UK Chapter website
     
 
The Anti-Counterfeiting Group (ACG) was founded in 1980 with 18 members, and now represents nearly 200 organisations globally, operating in, or providing specialist advice to, most industry sectors. Via its lobbying, networking and awareness activities, ACG campaigns against the trade in fakes on behalf of consumers and legitimate business interests, in partnership with government and law enforcement agencies. Its ultimate aim is to change society's perception of counterfeiting as a harmless activity, by exposing the worldwide economic and social cost of intellectual property crime.

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  The Federation Against Copyright Theft (“FACT”) is the UK’s leading trade organisation established to protect and represent the interests of the film and broadcasting industry against copyright and trademark infringements. Established in 1983, FACT works closely with statutory law enforcement agencies to combat the growth of pirate DVDs, film and other forms of broadcast material including the increasing threat from online/internet based piracy. FACT has been accepted as a prosecution authority and engages in criminal prosecutions in its own right.

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CIFAS is a not-for-profit membership association dedicated to the prevention of fraud, including staff fraud, and the identification of fraud-related crime through data sharing.
With 270+ Member organisations spread across the private and public sectors, CIFAS is unique. Since its inception, Members have prevented fraud losses worth £billions by sharing fraud data.

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  The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) launched on July 26th 2006 and has been formed to provide a cost effective, tactical solution for the detection and prevention of organised, cross industry fraud, supporting the wider Association of British Insurers industry fraud strategy. The IFB leads or coordinates the industry response to the identification of criminal fraud networks and works closely with the Police and law enforcement agencies.

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The IFB runs the free and confidential Cheatline to report suspicions or knowledge of any type of insurance fraud.
Report online by clicking on the button.



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