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Rape Crisis Scotland

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Scottish Social Attitudes survey
Scottish Social Attitudes survey

The Scottish Government has published new findings on attitudes to violence against women from the Scottish Social Attitudes survey. Only 3 in 5 people in Scotland think a woman is not at all to blame for being raped if she wears revealing clothing (58%) or is very drunk (60%), new findings from ScotCen Social Research’s Scottish Social Attitudes survey reveal.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance
Transgender Day of Remembrance Rape Crisis Scotland is marking Transgender Day of Remembrance 2015 with a new postcard highlighting the number of trans people murdered around the world. You can download this here ....

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Reclaim The Night
Reclaim The Night There will be a Reclaim The Night march in Galashiels on Saturday 28th November 2015.Download this document...

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Rape Crisis Scotland Annual Report 2014-15
Rape Crisis Scotland Annual Report 2014-15 Rape Crisis Scotland has just published its Annual Report for 2014-15 .This highlights among other developments very positive evaluation findings on the impact of Rape Crisis Scotland's Sexual Violence Prevention Project, and a further increase in the number of people supported by rape crisis centres across Scotland: 2665 clients were supported by centres during the year, and centres also responded to almost 14,000 calls....

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Call for tenders
Rape Crisis Scotland has issued a call for tenders for the evaluation of its new National Advocacy Project.The National Advocacy Project aims to improve the support available to survivors of rape and serious sexual crime; improve the experience of the criminal justice process for survivors of rape and serious sexual crime; develop a better understanding of motivations to proceed or not to proceed within the criminal justice process and what difference advocacy support makes to this decision....

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