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Newsletter update - June

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A public event on Saturday 6th August

A public event on Saturday 6th August at St Stephens Church, Redditch B97 4DY.  From 11 am to 3.30 pm. The event is open to everyone, but aimed at Victims and Survivors of abuse. (Domestic, childhood, bullying, neglect) etc.

She has a range of people coming along to provide information, advice and support at the event.  Guest speakers and survivors giving talks about their experiences. And there will be many therapeutic activities going on throughout the day.

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FACTS


In a survey for Amnesty International in  the UK, over 1 in 4 respondents  thought a women was partially or totally responsible for being raped if she was wearing sexy or revealing clothing, and more than 1 in 5 held the same view if a woman had had many sexual partners.

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