‘I felt so brave’: Survivor Hub provides peer support for rape survivors in court

Four women, all in their early to mid 20s, have banded together to offer online and in-person support for other victim-survivors of sexual assault.

The group has established a national online support group for survivors and allies and held real-life meet-ups in Sydney, with plans to extend interstate in the future. The Survivor Hub will be formally launched at an event hosted by Full Stop (formerly Rape & DV Services Australia) this week, as part of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

The four women are emblematic of a generation that is changing the national conversation about sexual assault and consent. They are all in their early to mid-20s, making them contemporaries of other survivor-campaigners, including Contos, Saxon Mullins, Brittany Higgins and 2021 Australian of the Year Grace Tame.

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