Support at lse
LSE's EDI (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) Team
- You can speak to a Safe Contact who will be able to offer further information and support to help you decide if you would like to report your experience to LSE.
- Safe contacts are members of LSE staff who have received training and can offer a confidential ‘signposting’ service for staff and students who have previously, or are currently experiencing some form of bullying, harassment or sexual violence
Rape Crisis (for female and non-binary students):
Survivors UK (male and non-binary students)
- Male, non-binary and trans identifying students can access support from an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) via SurvivorsUK. To arrange an appointment with the ISVA, please contact email@example.com.
- You can access support via the LSE counselling if you have been subjected to sexual violence, you can have up to 6 free sessions. To be seen within 24 hours (during the week), you can book a priority counselling appointment with us.To book, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Priority SVSH'.
LSE Spectrum Life
- For 24/7 support via telephone and chat: Freephone: 0808 189 01 03 SMS or WhatsApp: 00353 873690010
Sexual Violence Support (for women and non-binary people):
Sexual Violence Support (for men and non-binary people):
- To arrange an appointment with the Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA), please contact email@example.com.
- Mankind (support for men who have been sexually abused)
- Men’s advice line (support for men experiencing domestic violence)
Additional Support Resources
- The Havens (London-based support for survivors of recent rapes/sexual assaults for all genders)
- NAPAC (support for survivors of childhood sexual abuse for all genders)
- Revenge porn helpline - support for image based abuse
- National Stalking Helpline (support for anyone experiencing stalking)
- National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 801 0327
Sexual Violence and Racial Violence Support
Sexual Violence Support for LGBTQ+ people
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