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Self-care techniques for women impacted by exposure to sexual violence media coverage
A resource for survivors produced for International Women's Day 2018 by the Mental Health Foundation with support and guidance from Rape Crisis England & Wales and Support After Rape & Sexual Violence Leeds (SARSVL)
No matter how much she’s drunk… No matter what she’s wearing… No matter if you’ve kissed… … sex without consent is rape. If there’s any doubt about whether a woman has drunk too much to give consent, assume she hasn’t given it. Responsibility for rape will always lie with the rapist.
Anyone Can Be a Victim of Rape: Guide for Practitioners
A useful guide for practitioners around supporting older people who've experienced sexual violence & abuse, from Durham University. Based on doctoral research by Dr Hannah Bows, supervised by Professor Nicole Westmarland, at the Centre for Research into Violence & Abuse (CRiVA Durham).