JOIN US THIS MARCH!
In March, REIGN reaches its 5 year mark as a CIC and we’re celebrating by bringing Power Not Pity: 6 Years On, a series of small-scale events in Rochdale throughout March, ending in one big event for all.
We’d love to see you there!
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IS A CRIME. TALKING ABOUT IT ISN’T.
REIGN is a collective of adult survivors of child sexual abuse and exploitation from the UK.
We campaign around issues relating to CSA/E and offer training workshops, presentations and consultancy to professionals and organisations involved in preventing abuse or supporting victims and survivors.
BESPOKE TRAINING WORKSHOPS
REIGN’s training workshops are suitable for professionals or students wishing to gain insight into CSA/E from survivor’s perspectives. We deliver nationwide and adapt each workshop to fit your requirements. Recently we have presented to the Judicial College, The Frontline Programme, and students at multiple universities.
All our workshops are developed and delivered by a diverse group of CSE survivors. We use a mix of activities, story telling, games, and discussions to suit all learning styles. Our workshops are both impactful and fun to attend, turning a challenging subject into an engaging and memorable learning experience.
PRESENTATIONS AND TALKS
REIGN offers presentations and talks ideal for large or small scale conferences and events. If a longer workshop is not what you’re looking for but you still want to include the voices of survivors in your training day or event, we offer talks on a range of topics relating to CSA/E and/or survivor-activism, or offer a condensed ‘taster’ session of our longer workshops, making sure your delegates come away feeling enlightened and inspired.
"REIGN gave a presentation for us at the Judicial college and were incredible. We all now feel so much more informed and able to understand the effect our decisions have on young people."
HHJ Andrew Berkley
"It was the most impressive day I’ve seen, and everyone got a huge amount out of it – staff and students. Your facilitators were outstanding, and the exercises brilliant."
Chris Hemsley, Principal Practice Tutor
Manchester metropolitan university
The whole session was valuable in that we were able to understand CSE from a survivor's perspective. It helped me to adjust my understanding and thinking process with regards to CSE.
Social work BA student
Bordesely Green Girls School
I have to say the workshop was one the most impressive workshops myself and the Head Teacher have witnessed. Your journey has been inspiring, you left an indelible impact on our students.
Rubina Jan, KS4 Pastoral Manager
Local Family justice board
It is a very long time since I attended a training event that inspired me and continues to make me think about how I do my job. I thought the presentation was clear, direct and extremely powerful. The exercises you engaged us in did the job of demonstrating the issues you raised so eloquently. I appreciated the warm, fun and professional tone of your delivery.
Amanda Booth, Team Manager
social work student
Having training delivered by people who were experts through experience was really inspiring. The Q&A panel was particularly interesting and the whole session was really varied and engaging throughout.
Anonymous student feedback
NHS residential staff
I attended the conference in stoke on Wednesday with REIGN and was very profound and eye-opening. It needs to be a mandatory course for health and social care professionals.
The survivor presentations and own accounts were excellent, thought-provoking, and emotive. I work daily with young people at risk who have experience CSE, I will forever have both of your accounts in mind when I am undertaking direct work in the future. You are both amazing.
Practicing social worker