National media briefing: Scottish Women's Aid, Roadpeace, Brake, John Muir Trust and the Welsh Dyslexia Project

Today's charity-related news

Scottish Women's Aid defends its criticism of a fundraising calendar featuring victims of domestic abuse posing naked.
See BBC News for full story

Road safety charities Roadpeace and Brake criticise the reinstatement of a detective constable to her job after she was found guilty of drink driving.
See the Daily Mail for full story
Conservation charity the John Muir Trust is urging people to oppose plans to build a wind farm on Shetland.
See BBC News for full story

The Welsh Dyslexia Project is calling for more support for dyslexic people in Wales.
See Wales Online for full story

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