Meet Megan, she is a survivor of rape and she talks about the critical importance of women's services for survivors.

Megan is a survivor of rape. After the incident, Megan was left traumatised and relied on support services. However, she is unhappy with the way her case was dealt with. With failed police communication, Megan found out the result of her court case through a tabloid newspaper. She was also not allowed her support worker inside the courtroom where the trial took place because it took place in an embassy. Megan wants to challenge and tackle the stigma surrounding survivors of rape. She also highlights the importance of women’s services and urges the government to stop cutting funds to the sector as women’s services provide vital and lifesaving support.

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