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Data charges removed for websites supporting victims of crime

Thanks to a new lockdown deal, victim support will be more accessible than ever as major networks removed website data charges for those who are seeking help. Access to websites, including the Male Survivors Partnership,

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We are recruiting for a Head of Operations

We’re looking for a Head of Operations to lead our organisation. The successful candidate will have a range of skills and experience in managing a membership and the systems and procedures to run a small organisation along with an understanding of the plight of the male survivor in the current climate.

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Safeline Awarded Helplines Partnership Standard

Founded in 2015, the Safeline Male Survivors Helpline is still the only service of its kind offering gender-specific support over the phone. A founding Male Survivors Partnership member, Safeline has provided specialist support to male survivors of rape and sexual assault as well as those supporting them for over 30 years, and we’re proud to work with them.

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Study urges national review of support services for male survivors of sexual violence

“It was immensely helpful, feeling that I was heard and understood” – Male Survivor Last week’s sentencing of Reynhard Sinaga, the most prolific convicted rapist in British history, who preyed on largely straight men in

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The Male Survivors Partnership Announces further five services being offered the Opportunity for Accreditation

Following additional funding from Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, the Male Survivors Partnership in conjunction with LimeCulture CIC, is delighted to announce that five additional services have been offered the opportunity to participate

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The Male Survivors Partnership Hosts Inaugural Symposium

The Male Survivors Partnership (MSP), a national umbrella agency for organisations working with boys and men affected by unwanted sexual attention, has held its inaugural symposium in Manchester.  The event, chaired by Colin Harris, ambassador

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LimeCulture Announces Wave 1 Services

The Male Survivors Partnership Announces Additional 10 Opportunities for Accreditation

The Male Survivors Partnership, a national umbrella agency for organisations working with boys and men affected by unwanted sexual attention, has announced services will be able to apply, for free, to participate in the Independent

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Alisha Thomas

First service provider to become accredited

Victim Support West Yorkshire ISVA Service by
Alisha Thomas

West Yorkshire ISVA Service are very proud to announce it has achieved the Lime Culture Independent Accreditation Programme ‘Quality Mark’ for achieving the Quality Standards for Services Supporting Male Victims /Survivors of Sexual Violence.

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Year Anniversary of Historic Launch of Quality Standards for Services Supporting Male Survivors of Sexual Violence

Year Anniversary of Historic Launch of Quality Standards for Services Supporting Male Survivors of Sexual Violence

The Male Survivors Partnership (MSP) is celebrating the first anniversary of the historic launch of the Quality Standards for Services Supporting Male Survivors of Sexual Violence.

The Victim’s Commissioner, Baroness Helen Newlove, launched the first ever Quality Standards specifically for male survivor services on January 31st, 2018 and since then they have been downloaded almost 200 times from service providers across the UK.

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What a Year 2018 Has Been

By Becky Roberts, Communications and Members Lead for the Male Survivors Partnership

As we come to the end of 2018 we thought we would take the opportunity to reflect on our year of achievements with the Quality Standards For Services Supporting Male Victims/Survivors of Sexual Violence.

January saw the launch of the Quality Standards at the House of Lords supported by officials from NHS England, the Home Office, Ministry of Justice and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.

The response to Quality Standards was overwhelmingly positive and they have been downloaded by more than 150 organisations since the launch.

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