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Devon Rape Crisis Service was pleased to be invited to speak at the Reclaim the Night March organised by the Gender Equality Society at Exeter University on 10th June 2012. These marches have a long history in both the UK and other parts of the world and are dedicated to highlighting the horrific levels of sexual violence perpetrated against women.
They are a statement of women's rights to live without fear and to receive justice. Another event is planned in Exeter City Centre in November.
Here are some pictures of the Reclaim the Night March on Sunday 10th June 2012 which Devon Rape Crisis Service was involved in.
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