Survivor_Marathon

The Survivor and the marathon wall

Why do people run a marathon? Why would you? Is that sense of accomplishment, of having ‘made it’ worth it? There’s the euphoria of satisfaction. The feeling of having completed something you set out to do. Perhaps the endorphins kick in and give you a high. But really? Is it worth it? I mean the […]

Survey

Victims’ Commissioner for London: Strategic Victims Needs Assessment

The Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) has commissioned Opinion Research Services (ORS), an independent social research company, to work with the independent Victims’ Commissioner for London – Claire Waxman – to undertake a review of London’s support services and their compliance with the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. This online survey […]

Let down

[Brief preface, inspired to write this after hearing Terry Crews’ story, and seeing other brave friends coming forward and discussing what happened to them] So 2016 didn’t start off too well. On January 1st, after a really good New Year’s party, I headed home with a friend who was going to sleep on my sofa. […]

Lying in bed

Lying in bed

Lying in bed aged seven, I wouldn’t know what time but the traffic had been quiet for a long while, I would be wide awake staring at the gap of the door, my heart pounding, paralysed by fear, waiting for the bogey man … some forty years later I caught myself lying on the kitchen […]

Clinic26

Happy Anniversary Clinic26!

It’s been a year since Clinic26 launched and we’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response to it. Our aim was to provide a safe space where men who had experienced sexual abuse, sexual assault or rape could access sexual health testing and advice in a safe space whilst also getting advice on sexual abuse support […]

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