Month: December 2021

White Ribbon Day

The 25th November is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, also known as White Ribbon Day. We were lucky enough to be invited to Havering Sixth Form College to get involved with their event. We had a stall set up for the students, to make empowering and positive badges. We also…
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Paws Protect

Paws Protect For many victims of domestic abuse, fleeing violent relationships is made impossible, simply because they cannot bear to lose their pets. That’s where Cats Protection comes in. Through Paws Protect, they take in and provide safe refuge for victims’ cats until their owners are in a position to reclaim them. Since 2004, they…
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Stop Abuse Together

In March, the Government launched a new website called Stop Abuse Together. The aim of the website is to encourage and facilitate the disclosure and reporting of child sexual abuse. Its launch was set to coincide with National Working Group (NWG) Network’s National Child Exploitation Awareness Day.  Here’s their social media messaging: All children have a…
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An Online Workshop For Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Our friends at Into The Light are running an online workshop in April 2021 for Survivors of Sexual Abuse and their supporters. The workshop is called:  “Paused By The Pandemic: A Workshop To Reflect On Overcoming  Shame, Memories, Gaining Stability, Relationships And Sexuality” Date: Saturday 24th April 2021 Time: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Venue: This…
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2020 – A year of two halves

So here we are – it’s November again already and here at Survivors Together, that means it’s Annual Report time. As usual, we held our AGM on the first Wednesday of November. We didn’t have any fireworks this year as it was an online meeting (of course!), but we did have our very own concert…
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