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Biggest Survey for Male Survivors Launched

29.07.17 | News

LimeCulture CIC has today launched what is believed to be the biggest survey for male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation to give their views on support in the UK.

Complete the survey by clicking here > MALE SURVIVORS SURVEY
(open from 21.07.17 – 15.09.17 to adult male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation)

Working in partnership with the Male Survivors Partnership, of which Survivors Manchester is a founder, LimeCulture CIC have been commissioned to develop quality standards for services for male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation. The two-year project is funded by a grant from the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England & Wales and will see the development of new quality standards developed and rolled out nationally across the UK.
The hope is that for males who have experienced sexual violation, these new standards, and the accreditation process that goes with them, will give a layer of reassurance about the quality of the services they are accessing at a time when they are feeling most vulnerable.
The survey asks about the support men have accessed, and specifically

  • positive experiences about support services
  • difficulties or challenges to accessing support
  • Whether they feel there is adequate support for male survivors, and
  • What can be done to improve services for male survivors

LimeCulture CIC and Male Survivors Partnership are keen for this survey to be a success and our collective ambition is for it become the largest survey of male survivors in the UK.
We all hope that with meaningful engagement with male survivors, the new quality standards will be based on their views, experiences and suggestions and so we’re collectively asking that you share the link to the survey amongst your clients and networks fare and wide.

Complete the survey by clicking here > MALE SURVIVORS SURVEY
(open from 21.07.17 – 15.09.17 to adult male survivors of sexual abuse, rape and sexual exploitation)

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