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Rape Crisis Scotland

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Publications

The list below shows some useful publications both from Rape Crisis Scotland and from other organisations. You can browse through these publications using the list on the right hand side of this page. We have categorised them by publication type, as well as a tagging system to help you find what you are looking for.

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Stopping harassment: a legal guide
Stopping harassment: a legal guide

The Scottish Women’s Rights Centre (SWRC) has developed this legal guide for survivors of gender based violence who are experiencing harassment.  The ‘Stopping Harassment’ legal guide explains how to obtain protective orders to improve women’s safety and will be a helpful resource for any woman living with stalking or harassment or for professionals who may have a role in supporting survivors. 

Publication: Leaflets

Acts of recovery - moving on from childhood abuse
Acts of recovery - moving on from childhood abuse

Napier University conducted research on childhood abuse and recovery from this. “Acts of Recovery” – an aid for people who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, emerged from this research, and includes suggestions that can help people with their ways of coping and recovery journeys.  In order to tackle the on-going challenge of reducing the health inequality gap faced by people with a learning disability, NHS Lothian and partners FAIR and Napier University have developed this accessible easy read social story type booklet.

Publication: Leaflets

Staying Afloat
Staying Afloat

Supporting male survivors of sexual violence

Publication: Leaflets

UNISON Harassment At Work Guide

UNISON believes that everyone should be treated with dignity and respect at work. Harassment of any kind prevents this happening and should not be tolerated in the workplace. Harassment is a major problem in many workplaces, affecting millions of workers. Work related harassment can be based on prejudice and discriminatory attitudes. Any such behaviour can have a devastating effect on an individual, affecting both their work performance and/or their personal life.

Harassment has no place in work and we want to see all forms of harassment challenged and eliminated. This guide can be used by branches to negotiate policies which prevent, tackle and deal with incidences of harassment in the workplace.

Publication: Leaflets

Bullying and harassment: ACAS Guidance for Employees

Bullying and harassment of any kind are in no-one’s interest and should not be tolerated in the workplace, but if you are being bullied or harassed it can be difficult to know what to do about it.
This leaflet:
• gives employees1 basic information about bullying and harassment
• summarises the responsibilities of employers
• outlines some of the options open to you
• points you to sources of further information and advice.

Publication: Leaflets

Sensitive and personal records: information for victims of sexual crimes

This leaflet explains why the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (the prosecutor) may need to obtain sensitive and personal records, held by bodies such as the NHS, and how this information may be used.

Publication: Leaflets