Free spaces are available for; students, service users, volunteers and members of the Rape Crisis Network.
Stalking and Harassment is a form of Gender-Based Violence and can cause fear, distress and alarm when experienced. Feedback from women survivors is that gathering evidence can be challenging and overwhelming. The Scottish Women’s Right Centre developed FollowIt App to enable women in Scotland to safely and securely record and store incidents of stalking using their mobile phones.
This training is aimed at organisations and agencies who would like to understand the signs and impacts stalking and harassment has on women survivors, become acquainted with the app, and learn how to refer the women they work with to this tool. While an understanding of Gender-Based violence is ideal, it is not necessary, and you do not need to be working directly with survivors to attend this training.
Please see the Scottish Women’s Right Centre Training Calendar for further training.
In this 2.5-hour training, participants can expect to learn about:
– What Stalking and Harassment is, and a summary of stalking and Scots Law
– What is FollowIt App and how we developed it
– Steps we take to protect users’ private information
– How the app works and using the app to report stalking to the police
– Referring women to the app
– Putting learning into practice with Case Studies
Facilitators: Reegan Bonar (Justice Training Worker for Scottish Women’s Right Centre & Rape Crisis Scotland) & Nicola Mooney (Advocacy Worker for Scottish Women’s Right Centre)
While this event is delivered via Zoom, we can offer training face-to-face and via other platforms.
For free spaces, (available for students, service users, volunteers and members of the Rape Crisis Network) and for further questions and requirements, please contact Justice Training Worker, Reegan Bonar at firstname.lastname@example.org.