With You We Can National Expansion

With You We Can

Supported beneficiary groups within Women & Girls
Age Demographic
Varied Ages
Project Focus
Project Area
ACT | NSW | NT | QLD | SA | TAS | VIC | WA

Project Description

Stigma, suspicion and a lack of support. That’s our view on why only 10% of sexual assaults are reported. As a result, sexual assault victims are grossly under-represented and do not receive the social or judicial validation that they deserve. While systemic reform is slow-moving, and consent education will be mandated for the next generation, With You We Can is fighting for victims now, by empowering victims to fight for each other. If we normalise understanding of reporting, we change outcomes for victims everywhere.

With us you can share your story. With You We Can change the narrative.

Expected Outcomes

- Victims of sexual violence are empowered
- Stigma around sexual assault decreases
- Bystander behaviour decreases
- Understanding of the criminal justice process increases
- Understanding of victimhood increases
- Understanding of the extent of the crime increases
- Resources allocated to the sexual violence sector increase
- Systemic reform to improve outcomes for victims of sexual violence
- Systemic reform to improve primary prevention
= Systemic cohesion among service providers

Project Data & Lessons

- Track subscriptions
- Track views
- Track victims who progress through the system
- Track publicity
- Track feedback and response
- Track organisation/service input

Project Dates

Funding Details

Funding Needed
Current Funding
Total Project Costs
Approved Tax Deductability Status
Approved Tax Concession Charity
Other Funding Sources
Other Support Opportunities
Impact investment, In-kind contributions, Pro bono services, Subsidies

Organisation Details

With You We Can
ABN: 22650863684


Sarah Rosenberg

About With You We Can

With You We Can is a victim-led network bridging gaps between victims of sexual assault and the police and legal processes, with the goal of demystifying the process of reporting sexual violence while we work to improve it. Uniquely informed by both sector and lived expertise, we want victims for whom it is safe to report to be empowered to do so.

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