Sexual violence is routinely dismissed as 'private,' 'unimportant,' or 'shameful' issue, and wrongly associated with 'female virginity', or' lies' told by women. Moreover, Korean society's traditions and distorted perceptions of sex and gender, has until recently, kept sexual violence unaddressed, preventing survivors from receiving appropriate assistance and support. The Korea Sexual Violence Relief Center (KSVRC), opened in 1991 when sexual violence was not yet understood as a violation of sexual self-determination. Since then, our doors have
remained opened with the hope of changing Korea's hostile environment towards survivors.
KSVRC is a women's activist organization that aims to reveal the nature of sexual violence as a structural problem caused by power relations between genders. We have assisted and supported sexual violence survivors through various activities, including providing more than 75,000 one-on-one counselling sessions, proposing the enactment and revision of laws, monitoring and evaluating policy, publishing materials, and running education programs.
|Korea Sexual Violence Relief Center||Lee Mikyoung(Director), Kim Hyejung (Deputy Director), Sunmin, Yonjung, Ran Choi, Eunhee, Bae, Gami, Claire, Shina|
|Yeolimteo||Jeong Junghee(Director), Park Jihee, Jeon Hyeyoung, Soonyou Jeon|
|Ulim||Kim Bohwa(Senior researcher), Joori Jang(Researcher)|
|[2019.06.03] [Application deadline] Information on the 30th Sexual Violence Counseling Training in 2019||관리자 ㅣ 2019-07-31 ㅣ 88|
Training schedule and location:
2019/07/08 (Mon) ~ 7/30 (Tue), Weekdays 10:00~17:00 and 10:00~18:00
Training information: Women’s studies, counseling studies, sexual violence counseling and the roles of shelters and support systems, relevant laws and investigations/judiciary processes, medical processes, etc.
Training capacity up to 35 people (first come basis)
Location: KSVRC, Yi Angela Hall, (32-42, Seongji-1-gil, Mapo, Seoul), B1
For questions, please email email@example.com or call 02-338-2890.
[Originally posted 2019.06.03]