Orkney Rape and Sexual Assault Service (ORSAS) is hosting a Feminist activism workshop at Kirkwall Library in the McGillivray Room on Friday 22nd September from 11am to 4pm
Martin Laird’s exhibition of portrait photographs of islanders featured in his latest film ‘Orcadian Stories’ opens today, Saturday 26th of November at the Northlight Gallery Stromness
A new exhibition will feature work by Orcadian artist and photographer Martin Laird to run at the Northlight Gallery Stromness in association with St Andrew’s Fair Saturday.
“They are making a huge difference to the experience of survivors in the Isles and they deserve to be recognised for this. I wish them all the best for the awards.” Emma Roddick MSP
“Despite our best efforts to eliminate men’s violence against women and girls from society, it remains a daily occurrence.”
Orkney Constituency MSP, Liam McArthur, LibDem has commented on the “important progress” which has been made to local arrangements that have allowed adult survivors of rape and sexual assault to access forensic assessments in the islands.
“I pledge to continue to advocate for inclusive long-term strategies and support. “
Talk PANTS helps children understand that their body belongs to them, and they should tell someone they trust if anything makes them feel upset or worried.
Art work and photographs from the recently published ‘Rebel Orkney’ will be exhibited at the Northlight Gallery Stromness starting on Monday 29th of November. The delay in opening is due to the issues from the aftermath of Storm Arwen.
Art work and photographs from the recently published ‘Rebel Orkney’ will be exhibited at the Northlight Gallery Stromness from this Saturday, 27th November.
From the 25 November to 10 December, organisations across Scotland and internationally host events to call for the prevention and elimination of violence against women & girls.