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Videos to raise awareness of domestic abuse and challenge stereotypes.
In November 2016 we launched a campaign called Challenge Rape, the main aims of which are to reinforce the message that there is absolutely no excuse for rape or sexual assault and that a victim is never to blame.
This article explores some of the questions that may be asked around the campaign and the rationale behind it.