May 30, 2019

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We've launched our first survey project, "Speaking Out", and we'd like you to help reach more survivors.

Estimates suggest that, in the last year alone, 1.3 million women and 700,000 men experienced domestic abuse.[1] This shocking figure doesn’t even come close to the full scale of the issue: add in the hundreds of thousands each year who experience other sexual violence, image-based sexual abuse, stalking, harassment, or c...

April 1, 2019

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Stay Brave welcomes a new law has come into force in Scotland that makes psychological domestic abuse and controlling behaviour a crime. 

It covers the full breadth of violent, threatening, intimidating and other controlling behaviour which can destroy a victim’s autonomy and further recognises the adverse impact domestic abuse can have on children.

Until the new legislation, the law in Scotland only provided for prosecution of th...

January 23, 2019

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Stay Brave is very proud to have partnered with Chappy, the gay community dating app, where we helped examine a number of issues facing gay and bisexual men in British society.

It surveyed 518 men from across the UK. Findings include;

Nearly one quarter of gay and bisexual man have been the victim of domestic abuse from a same-sex partner.

The report also found that 22 percent of male respondents had suffered domestic abuse w...

December 14, 2018

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Stay Brave today expresses its deep appreciation to Nathan Sparling as he plans to step down as the Chair of Stay Brave's Trustee Board. 

As Chair of Stay Brave for the last two years, Nathan has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the cause and ensuring Stay Brave is in a stable position to make lasting contributions to the journeys survivors of abuse take.

Nathan had these words to say;

“It has been great to Chair the B...

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