20 June 2017
Our confidential online survey allows you to share your thoughts and ideas for developing online services for women and girl survivors of rape and sexual and abuse.
Online SurveyThis is Rape Crisis England & Wales’ survey for women and girls who want to share their thoughts and ideas about new online support for survivors of rape and sexual abuse. The survey is open until midnight on 30th June 2017. Women and girls who've been raped or sexually abused can find it hard to get through on Rape Crisis helplines and often have to wait to get the support they need. That’s because more women and girls than ever before are contacting Rape Crisis Centres. We think it’s a good idea to use the internet to help women and girls get support. Lots of different women and girls are using the internet; websites, apps and social media are becoming part of our daily life. But there's still very little specific information and support out there for women and girls who have been sexually abused. Our new ‘Weaving the Web’ project aims to develop a range of online services that will work with existing Rape Crisis services. We want to reduce waiting times for support and make it easier for women and girls who can't get face-to-face services at the moment to get support. We think and hope the project will help more Black and Minority Ethnic (BME), Lesbians, Bi and Trans (LBT) and Disabled women and girl survivors to get support. The project is funded by the Big Lottery Women and Girls' Initiative Strategic Fund. The survey can be accessed at the following link:
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