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Rape Crisis Scotland

WORKING TO
END
SEXUAL VIOLENCE.

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Publications

The list below shows some useful publications both from Rape Crisis Scotland and from other organisations. You can browse through these publications using the list on the right hand side of this page. We have categorised them by publication type, as well as a tagging system to help you find what you are looking for.

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Drug assisted sexual violence
Drug assisted sexual violence

Rape Crisis Scotland information leaflet on drug assisted sexual violence

Police & legal advice
Police & legal advice

Rape Crisis Scotland information leaflet on police & legal advice following sexual violence

Publication: RCS Support resources

Child sexual abuse
Child sexual abuse

Rape Crisis Scotland information leaflet on child sexual abuse

Rape & Sexual assault
Rape & Sexual assault

Rape Crisis Scotland leaflet on rape & sexual assault

Information and help after rape and sexual assault
Information and help after rape and sexual assault

Scottish Government publication offering a range of information for survivors of rape and sexual assault - 2016 edition.

Publication: Resources

Sexual violence and gay, lesbian, bisexual,  trans, intersex, and queer communities
Sexual violence and gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex, and queer communities

Although the vast majority of literature and research on sexual violence has focused on the experiences of heterosexual women, a burgeoning body of work has highlighted the occurrence of sexual violence within and against gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, intersex, and queer (GLBTIQ) communities. Research suggests that members of GLBTIQ communities may face significant levels of abuse, harassment and violence (Leonard, Mitchell, Pitts, Patel, & Fox, 2008; NSW Attorney General's Department [NSW AGD], 2003). Experiencing sexual or physical violence, or other forms of abuse and victimisation, is often associated with a range of negative health and social outcomes - such as post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, suicide, and drug and alcohol abuse (Ryan & Rivers, 2003). However, it should also be recognised that members of GLBTIQ communities show great resilience in the face of social exclusion, discrimination and abuse (Scourfield, Roen, & McDermott, 2008).

Documenting the violence experienced by GLBTIQ communities is an important step towards acknowledging the harm caused by this violence, ensuring that adequate and appropriate support services are provided (Duke & Davidson, 2009), and ultimately, preventing violence. There remains, however, only limited research on sexual violence in or against GLBTIQ communities.

Publication: Reports

Engender: ICESCR - UK - Shadow Report
Engender: ICESCR - UK - Shadow Report

Engender - United Nations International Covenant on Economic, Social & Cultural Rights - UK - Shadow Report. Sixth periodic report of the government of the United Kingdom on measures taken to give effect to ICESCR.

Publication: Reports

Lesbian & Bisexual women looking for support?
Lesbian & Bisexual women looking for support?

Postcard for lesbian & bisexual women looking for support.

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