Monthly Archives: September 2012

Drink N Think event.

Our first foray into involving everyday people in the fight against sexual exploitation went well, on Thursday night we invited guys from across the city to come together for an informal chat about the issue. The event was a struggle … Continue reading

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What’s the point in a conference?

Something I have been wondering for some time now, is whether or not there is anything to be gained by attending conferences/seminars. I remember when I first started working in the ‘survivors business’, and attending my first few conferences was … Continue reading

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Research papers

Joseph (our office manager) carried out research recently on the needs of male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. His findings were so interesting that he is writing an academic paper on it and intends to publish. Another worker carried out … Continue reading

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Free V.I.P. sessions

The Violence Is Preventable programmes and sessions are still available free of change until the end of this year. After that, schools will have to pay for them. We received some funding to provide the sessions free to schools and … Continue reading

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