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Ten years ago

    It was a long time ago, well over ten years. Still it is hard to write about now. I was in a relationship that was steadily becoming more and more abusive. There is a saying that relates to how to boil a frog. You don’t put it into boiling water or the frog […]

Farewell

Today we say goodbye to our Chief Executive, Keith Best, who has left SurvivorsUK in order to pursue other activities. Keith says: “Throughout my time at the charity I have been enormously impressed by the professional clinical care and emotional support given by SurvivorsUK to those who seek our help. I shall miss communicating directly […]

Launch of the groupwork programme at SurvivorsUK

  We are very excited to announce that the first group will start tomorrow at SurvivorsUK. This is a twelve session group which is an opportunity for survivors to meet, to share experiences and to learn from each other. Surviving sexual abuse and assault can be a profoundly lonely and isolating experience; very often people […]

In The News This Week – W9

Welcome everyone to “In The News”! In this post, we share articles, discussions and thoughts from around the world about men’s health and conditions, male rape and sexual abuse to inform you about other countries’ status on the matter and the actions taken.                         […]

BBC Crimewatch programme on Operation Hydrant

At 9pm on Monday 27 February BBC TV Crimewatch’s programme will identify why those who have been abused many years ago (historic abuse) are reluctant to come forward and report such abuse. “This programme, entitled “From Call to Corroboration”, which features several survivors’ stories should be watched by all those who have experienced such abuse but need […]

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