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Rape Crisis Scotland

WORKING TO
END
SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

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

'It's the difference between having quality of life and not'
Rape Crisis Scotland has published an evaluation of the impact of rape crisis services in Scotland.In 2012 RCS commissioned an evaluation of support provided by the national helpline and local centres which included an assessment of the extent to which the national helpline and local rape crisis centres provide integrated support to survivors. The evaluation included interviews with local centres and survivors who described the support they received and the difference this made to them. Service users interviewed for the evaluation give a sense of the vital importance of rape crisis services:...

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Free seminar on the impact of proposed legal changes on sexual offences
Free seminar on the impact of proposed legal changes on sexual offences Rape Crisis Scotland is holding a free seminar on Monday 4 th March from 1pm-3.30pm in the City Halls, Glasgow. Join us to hear more about the impact of proposed changes on sexual offence cases and discuss what this might mean for survivors of sexual offences. Speakers include the Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Assistant Chief Constable Malcolm Graham, Alison de Rollo, head of the National Sexual Crimes Unit and a woman who has been directly affected by the requirement for corroboration and has been campaigning for its abolition. For more information and to register please email info@rapecrisisscotland.org.uk or phone 0141 331 4180. You can also download this flier, where you will find information on how to register....

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Volunteer Support Workers sought for Rape Crisis Scotland
We are holding an information evening on Monday 18th February 18.30 – 20.00 at the Albany Learning Centre, 44 Ashley Street, Glasgow G3 6DS for anyone w ho is interested in becoming a volunteer for the Rape Crisis Scotland helpline. If anyone wants to find out more about volunteering/ wants to book to come to the information evening, please send your name, contact no. and email to volunteer@rapecrisisscotland.org.uk ....

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Rape Crisis Scotland Annual Report 2012
Rape Crisis Scotland Annual Report 2012 Rape Crisis Scotland has just published its Annual Report for 2012.This contains the most detailed statistical information ever published by us on the nature and extent sexual violence experienced by survivors contacting rape crisis centres in Scotland....

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Volunteer Training at the Rape Crisis Centre in Glasgow
The Rape Crisis Centre in Glasgow will shortly be running a volunteer training programme : this is due to begin on Sunday 3rd February 2013, with an introductory weekend on 19th and 20th January 2013. There are a limited number of training places available and the closing date for application forms to be submitted is Friday 11th January 2013....

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What makes a rape-prone society? Special event for 16 Days
What makes a rape-prone society? Special event for 16 Days Engender and Rape Crisis Scotland invite you to a seminar exploring the concept of rape-prone societies. A free event that links 16 Days’ activities and Engender’s “Feminists Talk Scotland’s Futures” series, this discussion will help us explore the links between rape and women's inequality....

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"Consent" screening in Dumfries on 4th December
"Consent" screening in Dumfries on 4th December As part of the 2012 16 Days of Action Against Violence Against Women (a campaign to raise awareness about violence against women across the globe), the Dumfries & Galloway Domestic Abuse and Violence Against Women Partnership and Rape Crisis Scotland are holding a special public screening of the film "Consent"....

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New "Campaigning & activism" issue of Rape Crisis News
New "Campaigning & activism" issue of Rape Crisis News The latest issue of Rape Crisis News focuses on campaigning and activism against sexual violence. We are delighted to publish a great range of contributions, from the story of an anti-rape campaign in Canada and the End Violence Against Women Coalition's "We Are Man" viral, to Survivors UK's "Real Men Get Raped" campaign as well as the brand new "We Can Stop It" campaign, (launched last month by ACPOS in Scotland) - and many more....

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