1. Sexual Assault

    Sexual Assault
    Sexual assault is any behaviour of a sexual nature that makes someone feel uncomfortable, frightened, intimidated or threatened. It is sexual behaviour that someone has not consented to, where another person uses physical or emotional force or manipulation against them. It can include anything from sexual harassment through to life-threatening rape. Sexual assault is a crime and an abuse of power. Sexual assault is never the fault or responsibility of the victim/survivor.

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      Sexual Assault

    • Making Rights Reality

      Making Rights Reality is a program at the South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault (SECASA)...

      Eligibility: Anyone who has been sexually assaulted and lives in the South East of Melbourne can come to...

      Contact: 03 9928 8741

    • SECASA Joint Clinical Legal Service

      Provides legal advice and assistance to all victim/survivors of sexual assault, non-offending...

      Contact: 03 9594 2289