A reflection on the "#metoo" movement, the prevalence of sexual violence, and support available for survivors
A reflection on the new 'revenge porn' law and what it means for young people
Iona (left), Megan Lowson (centre), and Katie (right)
Back in the Spring, one of Stand Up's Young Ambassadors, Megan, and two friends took part in the YPI at their school, representing RASASH and winning £3000 for us. In this blog post, Megan explains the process and reflects on their experience.
Sat in the cinema watching Wonder Woman I could have burst with excitement. I experienced what I can only imagine a little boy feels when he watches a superhero movie and sees himself in the protagonist. Thirty minutes in I had already decided that this had to be one of the best films OF ALL TIME. So here is why Wonder Woman kicks ass:
Illustration by Emmanuel Polanco
An opinion piece that addresses the issue of sexual harassment in schools
On Saturday the 21st of January, the Youth Highland AGM was held. This is an event that brings youth voluntary groups together from the Highlands. Some of the RASASH Young Ambassadors attended the event that allowed us to show other voluntary groups the work that we have been doing.
Young people share their stories on why they became Stand Up! Ambassadors and what this means to them
Welcome to the Stand Up! platform for young people's voices from across the Scottish Highlands.
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