Sexual Violence Awareness Week 2018

31 January 2018 Posted by

Safer Cornwall is delighted to be supporting

Sexual Violence Awareness Week Monday 5 February to Friday 9 February

National Sexual Violence Awareness Week is an opportunity for all services to highlight the wide range of fantastic support which is on offer and stand side-by-side to show our commitment to a zero tolerance of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Cornwall. The week is for raising awareness about sexual violence in all demographic groups.

Public events providing information, advice and support:

  • Monday 5 February – 9:00 – 16:00 Display stand to showcase all of the support on offer for those who are being affected by sexual violence. This will be at RCHT Trelawney Wing Entrance.

 

  • Monday 5 February – 10:00 – 13:00 Sexual Violence Awareness Week Launch and awareness session on sexual violence and the services available. Held at Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust – Knowledge Spa – G09.

 

  • Monday 5 February – 14:00 – 16:00 SARC open session to have a look around the SARC, discuss the services we provide and meet with a Crisis Worker and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor.

 

  • Monday 5 February – 19:00 – 20:00 Live Q and A Facebook session through First Light Facebook with a crisis worker.

 

  • Tuesday 6 February 9:00 – Wednesday 7 February 14:00
    Information displays for support and guidance for those being affected by sexual violence at Royal Cornwall Hospital Trust.

 

  • Wednesday 7 February 12:00 – 14:00 SARC open session to have a look around the SARC, discuss the services we provide and meet with a Crisis Worker and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor.

 

  • Thursday 8 February – 12:00 – 13:00 Live Q and A Facebook session through First Light Facebook with an ISVA.

 

  • Friday 9 February – 10:00 – 16:00 Display stand to showcase all of the support on offer for those who are being affected by sexual violence. At The Long Gallery, New County Hall, Truro.

 

  • Friday 9 February 10:00 – 12:00 – SARC open session to have a look around the SARC, discuss the services we provide and meet with a Crisis Worker and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor.

 

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Simon, Research & Information Officer, Amethyst, Community Safety Team

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