News & events
Following several years of growth in demands for our service we have decided to make the plunge to take on additional office space. The reason is simple - without doing this we just couldn't take on additional staff or volunteers to help us support survivors.
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Listen to our Manager, Sinéad Daly, explain why we need your support.
January, 27th 2017, 5:30pm,
Tayside Deaf Hub, The Old Mill, Taymills, 23 Brown Street, DD1 5EF Dundee
Voices of Women Involved in Prostitution - Inside Outside Project
We have an exciting presentation about Inside Outside giving voice to those who have been involved in prostitution in Scotland. Their experiences and thoughts can remain buried in the mainstream press and drowned out on social media. This project gives them the space to tell their stories through their voices and their own photographs that give a visual expression of their experiences.
'Sexting' - What's the Harm?
This is a great opportunity for you to hear from young people involved in the Police Youth Volunteers about the realities and harm of 'Sexting'. This workshop has been developed with the support of our Prevention Worker and has been delivered to the European Police College
Wine and nibbles will help us make it into an enjoyable evening.
2016 ended with a real bang for WRASAC and our services. We had a fantastic and youthful turnout to our annual Reclaim the Night. This was quickly followed by our first national conference on Prostitution and Commercial Sexual Exploitation. We thought we would take this opportunity at the end of the year to reflect on our achievements over the last year.
WRASAC's Comedy Gala is the place to be this year!
Don't know where to have your Christmas Night Out. Make it unique and unforgettable and support a good cause!
On 27th June 2016 WRASAC Dundee and Angus along with Holly and Matthew from Police Scotland Youth Volunteers delivered a presentation on ‘sexting’ at the European College of policing training seminar Social Media Implications and Law Enforcement. The event was hosted by the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Ian Hopkins .