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How to Support a Survivor of Sexual Assault

7 Dec 16 Community Activism, Gender-Based Violence

If a spouse, colleague, relative, friend or someone you know has experienced rape or a sexual offence, you may feel it’s easier to stay silent. You might be worried that you’re going to say the wrong thing. But there are ways that you can support a victim, both emotionally and practically. You can also take action in your local community.

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