Sunday, 25 August 2013

11 weeks to the launch of One Step At A Time

Amy's life is turned upside down by a sexual assault that causes distress and anguish for her whole family. These are never easy situations for any family to deal with. Family's often have difficulty balancing their close, intimate relationships with people they trusted with the need to support the victim. It would be easier if it was black and white.

Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Twelve Weeks to the Launch of One Step At A Time

One Step At A Time is a drama about a day in the life of a sexual assault counsellor. The stories are drawn from the situations faced by the many brave clients seen at SECASA over the past three decades. None of the stories are actual clients histories but are representative of the type of trauma experienced by many woman in our society.



Wednesday, 7 August 2013

One Step At A Time

SECASA has a DVD which has five stories about sexual assault and the type of situations that can arise.  The actors in the DVD are marvellous and capture the nuances of the various situations extremely well.  This DVD is due to be launched on Monday, 18th November 2013 at 6.30 p.m. It will be shown at Monash Medical Centre, 246 Clayton Road, Clayton in the Main Lecture Theatre.

Sunday, 4 August 2013

Tracy Connelly

Just over a week ago Tracy Connelly was murdered in St Kilda.  Tracy worked as a sex worker. This is a job.  Women have the right to be safe at work whatever work they undertake.  You wonder what sort of men think that they have a right to rape and kill women going about their work.  Sex workers have always been at an additional risk due to the dangers of getting into cars and going to unknown places with strangers. Adrian Bayley, Jill Meagher's killer, had a previous jail sentence for attacking sex workers.