http://bit.ly/2O557PBhttp://bit.ly/2O557PBhttp://bit.ly/2O557PB Andrew’s failure to show empathy for the young women exploited by Epstein earned him widespread derision — and made corporate backers and universities think twice about their ties to this senior member of the House of Windsor. During the TV interview, Andrew categorically denied claims that he had sexContinue Reading

The Empowerment Blog is updated frequently with everything from news to advice to personal stories on breaking the cycle of trauma. Every post is designed to inform, educate and empower people just like you – survivors, allies and professionals. https://t.co/mT6qYQGeND — MaleSurvivor (@MaleSurvivorORG) September 18, 2019 Humor is often instrumentalContinue Reading

“This drug policy we had over the last 50 years did not work,” – Luxembourg has called on its EU neighbours to relax their drug laws as its health minister confirmed plans to become the first European country to legalise cannabis production and consumption https://t.co/TScXWM32jj — Helen Clark Foundation (@HelenClarkFound)Continue Reading

http://bit.ly/2ZuhdJxhttp://bit.ly/2ZuhdJxhttp://bit.ly/2ZuhdJx The District Court has released the evaluation report for the sexual violence court pilot in Auckland and Whangārei. The findings from the evaluation confirm a number of successful outcomes, including shorter wait times for cases to go to trial and reduced trauma to complainants (victims/survivors). Key findings from theContinue Reading

The Guardian: Sweden reopens rape case against Julian Assange.https://www.theguardian.com/media/2019/may/13/sweden-reopens-case-against-julian-assange Swedish prosecutors are to reopen an investigation into a rape allegation against Julian Assange. The deputy director of public prosecutions, Eva-Marie Persson, announced the decision at a press conference on Monday, saying: “I have today taken the decision to reopen the preliminaryContinue Reading