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 […]

Public Policy Exchange’s symposium about Suicide Prevention in May

Public Policy Exchange is holding a symposium in May on “Embedding a Partnership Approach to Suicide Prevention: Early Intervention and Sustained Postvention” and notes that there were 6,188 recorded suicides in the UK in 2015 (ONS).   Men constitute three-quarters of this total, with suicide being the leading cause of death in adult men under […]

Current challenges – January 2017

January has been another period of great activity and focusing on the future   Continued revelations of historic child abuse continue to create a climate of greater public, political and press realisation that male sexual abuse is a reality and can happen to anyone. Both institutions and individuals have been under scrutiny: the football clubs […]

Our contribution to the Huffington Post

Men Like Us? Working at SurvivorsUK presents us with a difficult dilemma: how can we provide male-centric services (that we believe are much needed within the sexual violence sector) and yet remain inclusive towards trans* people, and those who identify as non-binary? Despite asking ourselves this many times, we still have no satisfactory answer, and […]

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