16 Days Events Glasgow: upcoming


Date and Time

Mon, 2 December 2019

17:30 – 19:30 GMT

Drygate Brewing Co.

85 Drygate


G4 0UT

Tickets available through:

The Rosey Project writes:

" We at the Rosey Project Community have created four zines in which we document through art, poetry and narrative our experiences of sexual violence, how it has impacted us and how we have coped with it. We hope that what we have written will be helpful for other young survivors, and help people like you to understand the impact of sexual violence on young people. On the 2nd of December we will be hosting a launch event to showcase our work. We will have a whole range of experiences for you including:

An introduction from Roza Salih, well known Glasgow activist and former "Glasgow Girl" Young people from the group and their friends will do readings of the work in the zines Music from Heir of the Cursed. There will be a panel discussion with the opportunity to ask questions of the group, compered by Christina McKelvie Minister for Older People and Equalities at the Scottish Government Fantastic vegan food and cakes provided by Hygge Catering and Allium Catering

We are really grateful to the amazing sponsors for our zine and the event including: The Copy and Print Shop; Drygate; Arnold Clark; Hygge Catering and Allium Catering. We are also really grateeful to the DWF Fund and the Austin and Hope Pilkington Trust for their donations. "

ACCESS : There is parking available on site, and a bus stop 150 metres from the venue. The nearest train station is High Street. The venue can be accessed by wheelchair uses and ambulant disabled people - for detailed information about the accessibility of the venue see this great website (we will be in the event space) The event will have a BSL interpetor and the venue has a hearing loop system if you use a hearing aid. If you need to bring someone with you to support you for any reason that is absolutely fine, you can book two tickets. If you have any specific needs e.g. needing to sit in a certain place, needing to be in the space earlier, please get in touch on the email address below.

If you have any questions please contact Paula Manners at

The ROSEY Project (Rape Crisis Offering Support and Education for Young People) is a service that offers awareness raising workshops for boys and girls around sexual violence within schools and youth groups. It is the Prevention Programme for Glasgow Rape Crisis. Rosey also provides support for young women who are survivors of rape, sexual assault or childhood sexual abuse or who are experiencing sexual bullying.

You can refer yourself for support or a worker can refer you.

For more information about the project please email: <>; or call the office on 0141 552 3201. If you want information about our awareness raising workshops you can email: <>

If you are a young person looking for support please call our helpline number on 08088 00 00 14

The Rosey drop-in is for young women aged 13 to 25 and has re-opened offering support without an appointment every Thursday between 4pm and 7pm at our centre at 30 Bell street, fifth floor.

Young women can also come to the Wednesday drop-in instead without an appointment which is open between 10:30am and 3pm Wednesday daytime and 5:30pm and 7:30pm every Wednesday evening.

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