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Latest News

Vote Samira!
Support our work with women.

#GetConsent Campaign
A new campaign by Police Scotland was launched on Monday 2nd September, aiming to reduce rape and sexual assault that occurs through dating.

Screen Debate 18th September
To mark September as Month of Action to raise awareness about childhood sexual abuse

Rights & Choices
Information session about our work with women who are isolated and/or have experienced violence.

Screen Debate Weds 18th Sept
September Month of Action against childhood sexual abuse


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