Challenge Rape Campaign - FAQs

Published: 14/11/2016 00:00:00

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.

Challenge Rape - Message from Cllr Parrott

Published: 12/11/2016 00:00:00

Cllr Julien Parrott, Executive Lead for Adults and Children, explains the importance of the ‘Are You OK’ Challenge Rape campaign and the messages it conveys.

Are you ok survey

Published: 10/06/2016 00:00:00

If someone has hurt your mind or your body we would like to hear from you about your experiences. Your comments and reflections will help us improve the way that we help others.

Devon Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Services opens office in Torbay

Published: 11/08/2015 00:00:00

Torbay welcomes a new service from Devon Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Services to support women over 18 and young women and men aged 13-18 who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault. 

Boys to men

Published: 17/11/2014 00:00:00

The majority of victims of domestic abuse are women, which is why some services are just for female victims. But victim statistics are not a popularity competition. 

Let’s talk about sex

Published: 06/11/2014 00:00:00

Sex must always be about consent and choice. Every single time.  If you can’t make a choice freely, if you are physically restrained, if you haven’t or can’t agree to a sexual activity by choice, whether you’re in a relationship or not, this is sexual violence and it’s a crime.

Relationship ups and downs, or something else?

Published: 03/11/2014 00:00:00

Most relationships have ups and downs whether that’s within our families or our other intimate relationships. There is though, a real difference between ups and downs in a healthy relationship and abuse.

Little sponges

Published: 01/11/2014 00:00:00

It’s a parent’s job to keep their children safe. To protect them from danger. But what happens if that danger is in their home? What if a person who is supposed to love and care for them, is instead someone to be feared? What could that do to a child?


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