When it comes to helping the homeless, often the agencies get together and put in place what they think people need, says The Male Room director Philip Chapman. But very, very rarely asking people [themselves]. The experts are the people living on the street. The Male Room, a drop-in centre that offers advocacy and support, is to […]
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A group of 28 men have come forward to share their stories of sexual abuse in order to help others. The stories are part of The Bristlecone Project and Hopeful Horizons exhibition on at Koru on Devon in New Plymouth. It features stories like that of Shane Fox, who was abused when he was just […]
A series of stories has revealed the shocking scale and enduring impact of decades of sexual abuse by Marist Brothers and Fathers. But as National Correspondent Steve Kilgallon explains, yet more survivors are now coming forward and the story is far from over. “I was in tears reading your story,” says Dave Thomas (not his […]
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