The Rape Crisis England & Wales (RCEW) Weaving the Web (WtW) project aims to develop new online support for survivors of rape and sexual abuse. To do this, RCEW are reaching out to women and girls who want to share their thoughts and ideas around the online services that could be created and how to ensure these services are accessible. Over the next few weeks, RCEW are conducting face to face events, online discussion events and a survey, to reach as many women and girls as possible. If you are interested in participating, please find more information below.
Online Discussion Events
Places are prioritised for women and girls who've experienced rape, sexual abuse or any form of sexual violence and identify themselves as living in rural areas or have not previously accessed support services for rape or sexual abuse. Places will then be assigned on a first come first served basis. Participants will not be asked to share their personal experiences or identify themselves.
Thursday 22nd June 19:00-20:30
Thursday 22nd June 21:00-22:30
Saturday 24th June 9:30-11:00
Click here to book a place at one of these online events.
All participants will receive a £10 High Street voucher.
The co-production survey closes at midnight on 30th June 2017. This survey is open to all women and girls to contribute to the development of online services. Please share the survey link as much as you can so that we can hear from as many women and girls as possible.
The survey can be accessed here.
The survey is available in additional languages on our website here.