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We are excited to confirm that this year we are expanding Reclaim the Night Devon to include marches in Barnstaple, Exeter & Torquay! We will also be holding women only craftivism (craft & activism) workshops facilitated by artist Catherine Cartwright and hosting a stall at Totnes Christmas Market.

Join us for an afternoon or evening of activism and craft by making postcards to send to your local MP and Councillors asking them to do more about the prevalence of sexual violence in Devon.

Two of our incredible team, Emma, Service Manager, and Beverley, Specialist Support Worker, will be running the Great West Run to raise money to support our vital service.

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We are working with our sister organisations Somerset and Avon Rape and Sexual Abuse Support, The Women’s Centre Cornwall and Gloucestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre to launch an exciting new project, funded by Comic Relief, looking at the needs and experiences of women over 55, across the South West of England, who have experienced sexual violence.

We are pleased to let you know that we have invited Christiane Sanderson (BSc MSc) back to Devon to present her latest training seminar ‘The Web of Shame in the Therapeutic Space’.

On Wednesday 4th September 2019 at Belmont Chapel, Western Way, Exeter EX1 2DB from 10am – 4.30pm.

An announcement was made on 2nd June on the anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation in the London Gazette that Devon Rape Crisis & Sexual Abuse Services, a Devon wide charity offering specialist support to survivors of sexual violence, has received The Queens Award for Voluntary Services.

You can listen to the podcast of our International Women's Day show all about Reclaim the night here.

POSITION FILLED We are recruiting for a female Referral Worker, Permanent, full-time post based in central Exeter.

Women from Devon are planning another large gathering against sexual violence on the streets this winter. The Reclaim the Night events are designed to promote public awareness about the levels of violence and harassment experienced by women and girls on our streets.

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