by Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre .
Written in English
|Series||Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre Reports|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
For young survivors aged 15 and over, and adults, Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre’s Little Green Book looks at trauma, the effects of sexual violence, ways of coping and recovery. Reading - Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre Recommended reading Below is a selection of recommended books for survivors and their supporters. They should be available to order online and from bookshops. Survivors of rape and sexual assault The rape recovery handbook: Step-by . Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre Website Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre provides support, counselling, information and advocacy for survivors of sexual violence, and also campaigns to create change. We were the third Rape Crisis Centre to open in the UK, and – marks our 40th anniversary year, 40 years of saying: we listen, we believe, we support. marks Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre's 40th Anniversary: 40 years of saying we listen, we believe, we support. vents during Book Week Scotland on the theme of 'Storytelling and Survival'. Taking place on Thursday 22nd November, at the Scottish Storytelling Centre, we .
Aug Sisters Uncut Edinburgh invite you to share space with and listen to the voices behind Rising Free, a recently published anthology of creative writing from Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre. Following the reading and a short break, survivors in the audience will be welcome to share their own voices in an open mic. This is when Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre (ERCC) came in, and stopped us in our tracks of worry and fear. ERCC are saviours in many ways, helping survivors with their day to day lives, educating people on matters surrounding rape and sexual assault. By coming in, keeping us together, and starting us on this journey, they were our saviour, too. WHAT WE DO. We offer free and confidential emotional and practical support, information and advocacy to women, all members of the trans community, non-binary people and young people aged in Edinburgh, East and Midlothian, who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. This includes, rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse, childhood sexual abuse and commercial sexual. Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre’s STAR Project for young survivors has created a self-care resource on trauma and its effects, specifically for 12 – 14 year olds who have experienced sexual violence. The STAR Project offers free and confidential support to young people, including all members of the trans community and non.
Meet the team Caroline Burrell, Centre Director Maggie Chapman, Assistant Centre Director Aliki, Counselling Support Worker (SIA Project) Amrita, Senior Support Worker and Counsellor Anna, Information and Fundraising Worker Avril, Administration Worker Coralie, East Lothian Sexual Abuse Service Outreach. Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre offers free and confidential support to women, all members of the trans community, non-binary people and young people aged 12 who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. For more information about our work and our services, visit our website. Rape Crisis Scotland are seeking a Support & Advocacy Worker to join their National Advocacy Project, which provides support and advocacy throughout the justice process to survivors or sexual crime. This role will be based at Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre. An understanding of the impact of sexual crime, and experience of providing advocacy, crisis and emotional and practical support is . Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre is using Librarika, the free Integrated Library System (ILS) for managing its library can also leverage this wonderful library information platform to manage your organization's library, family library or even your own personal library online.