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what happened

The trauma of an unwanted sexual encounter can make it confusing to discern what happened. It is not uncommon for you to be left wondering about what happened to you. We are here to help.

Types of sexual

Sexual assault is an umbrella term for sexual contact or behaviour that occurs without a person’s explicit consent. It is a crime and it comes in many different forms, from the most blatant to the more subtle.

What to do in case of danger

Should you ever find yourself in a dangerous or life-threatening situation, we’ve prepared these tips and counselling on how to be prepared. No one wants to think about the possibility of being in…

Understanding Consent

Consent is the act of positively and willingly agreeing to an activity. Giving consent for any kind of sexual activity is crucial. One message that is constantly reinforced is that consent is not a…

Keep a record

Outcry Witness is the first platform to allow sexual violence survivors to create an anonymous record of their experience, so that they may take control and decide how and if they want to pursue the…

Talk to us

Outcry Witness is built for and aims to provide survivors of sexual violence around the clock telephone support and advice.
This service is not yet available, but it will be coming soon.

Legal support

Outcry Witness is working on creating long-term partnerships with law firms in order to provide survivors of sexual assault with legal avenues to pursue their case, should they choose to. Coming soon.


Find here a closely curated list of resources to call upon in case of emergency or if you need short-term or long-term support. These organisations are some of the most reputable and trustworthy…