Survivors Trust launch #CheckWithMeFirst campaign for professionals engaging with survivors
Charity for survivors of sexual violence and abuse, Survivors Trust have launched the campaign, #CheckWithMeFirst, to raise awareness around the experiences of survivors in healthcare settings as well as to give healthcare professionals the opportunity to make their practice more trauma informed.read more
Is there a way to responsibly create a drama involving sexual abuse? If so, how?
Upon announcement of the upcoming BBC drama, 'The Reckoning', about Jimmy Savile and the crimes he committed, there has been much discussion around whether it should be made or how these kinds of dramas can be made responsibly. Here, we explore this argument.read more
Does the government’s Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy do enough?
The government released their Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) Strategy on the 26th of July, this follows the Rape Review. Since, VAWG organisations have responded.read more
The mental health and sense of self of young girls is being eroded by sexual harassment
The past year has brought many things to light, one of them being the high frequency of sexual harassment against girls in UK schools. But what does this endemic mean for girl's mental health?read more