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Rape Crisis Scotland

WORKING TO
END
SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

08088 01 03 02

Phone the free Rape Crisis Scotland Helpline
Every day, 6pm to midnight

Interim Service for Survivors of Sexual Violence in Highlands
Following the closure of the Rape and Abuse Line in the Highlands, Rape Crisis Scotland is working with The Highland Violence Against Women Partnership and the Scottish Government in developing plans to establish a new, stand alone, Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse service in Highland within the next 12 months. While this new service is being developed and established we have developed a partnership between local services and the national Rape Crisis Scotland helpline to ensure that survivors in Highland can get support.  This includes telephone, email and face to face support....

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New Online Safety resources from Rape Crisis Scotland
New Online Safety resources from Rape Crisis Scotland Rape Crisis Scotland has produced a range of new resources to help people to stay safe online .The internet makes it very easy for people to connect quickly with others and to find out and send very personal information. It also allows people to hide who they really are and what they are doing. Some people use the internet to harm others - this could be someone they know or a stranger. Online technology is featuring increasingly as a factor involved in some instances of sexual violence reported by survivors and can also facilitate and aggravate different forms of abuse, including stalking, grooming, controlling and bullying....

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New Rape Crisis Advocacy Project
Rape Crisis Scotland is delighted to announce the launch of an innovative  pilot project in conjunction with Glasgow Rape Crisis Centre and Police Scotland. The Advocacy Project is funded by the Scottish Government and went live on Monday 16th December, offering 24 hour on-call advocacy support to women and men reporting rape in Glasgow....

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New self-care resources from Rape Crisis Scotland
New self-care resources from Rape Crisis Scotland Rape Crisis Scotland has produced a range of new self-care resources for survivors.These twelve new leaflets offer information, tips and links on Self-harm , Dissociation , Sexual health , Flashbacks , Suicidal thoughts & feelings , Anger , Healing from sexual violence , Trauma , Nightmares & sleep problems , Panic attacks , Relationships , and Coping after sexual violence ....

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RCS Annual Report 2013
RCS Annual Report 2013 Rape Crisis Scotland has just published its Annual Report for 2013 . This highlights among other developments a significant increase in the number of contacts made with the Rape Crisis Scotland National Helpline, and introduces the new national Prevention work initiative....

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Consultation on Regulation of Sexual Entertainment Venues, 2013
The Scottish Government has issued a consultation on the regulation of sexual entertainment venues. You can see the consultation document at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/0042/00425962.pdf The Women’s Support Project have issued a briefing paper on the consultation, which you can download here . Rape Crisis Scotland will be submitting a response to this consultation in due course. If you or your organization would like to submit a response too, you can do so in writing to: Walter Drummond-Murray, Criminal Law & Licensing Team, Scottish Government, Area 2W, St Andrew’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh EH1 3DG or by email to licensing.consultation@scotland.gsi.gov.uk . The deadline for submission is 24th September 2013....

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