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New Funding for our Helpline!

We are delighted to announce that the National Lottery Community Fund is supporting our helpline by offering funding for the next 5 years. Although we still need additional funding to support our project, this award will really help us to continue to run our helpline services and to offer extra

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The Survivors Trust Conference 2024

To mark 21 years of The Survivors Trust, we are hosting a two-day conference designed to connect, empower and support professionals working within the sexual violence and abuse voluntary sector. We’re living in a time of change and uncertainty – politically, socially and financially. Within the voluntary sector, charities constantly

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General Election 2024: Policy Comparison Table

With the UK General Election just one week away there are many issues which are likely to affect those affected by sexual violence and abuse and the specialist services supporting them. With this in mind, The Survivors Trust is pleased to share our Policy Comparison Table for the General Election

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The Survivors Trust to deliver enhanced support for ISVAs

The Survivors Trust is pleased to announce that we have been awarded funding by the Ministry of Justice to develop specialised training and holistic support for Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) which is available free of charge to qualified ISVAs in England and Wales. The Ministry of Justice has allocated

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Our New Look!

We are thrilled to share our new branding! This isn’t just about looks – Our new brand embodies inclusivity, empowerment, and unity. Through a powerful visual identity, we’re raising awareness, empowering survivors, and providing education about the effects of sexual violence and abuse. “Presenting more than a brand design –

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ride out to london
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Ride out to London for Mandatory Reporting

Motorcycle stuntman John Taylor along with The Cymru Knievels will be riding to Downing Street on Saturday 15th July to help protect children from abuse. The Ride Out to London will travel from Liverpool to Downing Street, where John Taylor will deliver a letter to Rishi Sunak at No10 calling

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Governments Response to IICSA
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TST statement on the government’s response to IICSA

The Survivors Trust is deeply disappointed with the government’s inadequate response to the recommendations made by the Independent Inquiry into Childhood Sexual Abuse. The government response which was announced on Monday 22nd May details no real commitment to enact any of the 20 recommendations needed for system reform to protect

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Government response to IICSA recommendations

The Government has today published its long-awaited response to the Final Recommendations published by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). The Final IICSA Report was published in October 2022, bringing together eight years of investigations and thousands of testimonies from survivors. The Survivors Trust, alongside many victims-survivors and specialist sexual violence and

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