One year ago, on 17 September 2021, Sabina Nessa walked through a park to meet a friend for an evening drink.
She was 28 and a primary school teacher. She did not arrive. Her body was found the following evening.
A year later, the fear of being murdered by a stranger has led to one group campaigning for change.
Those in the group did not know Ms Nessa. Or Shadika Patel or Maria Rawlings , or Sarah Everard, or sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman.
But they do know what it is to be a woman. More