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Rape is a human rights abuse

human-rights-day

 

Did you know that today is Human Rights Day?

Many people are still unaware of the existence of the International Bill of Human Rights and many countries around the world still have much to do to build political institutions, judicial systems, and economies that allow ordinary people to live with dignity.

At RSVP, we challenge sexual violence victim-blaming myths. Rape and abuse is a violation of human rights.

We think it’s really important to recognise that there is still much work to be done both here and around the world to allow ordinary people to live their lives in freedom. Here in Birmingham in 2015 we’ve added 11 new counselling volunteers and 9 helpline volunteers to our team and we’re providing support for more than 2,000 people, but we know the need for our work is even greater than this.

 

Posted 10 December 2015

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