Have you been affected by a street harrassment experience? We hope that our website provides an outlet for you to express any emotion this might have triggered for you, but we understand it’s only the first step, and these experiences affect us far beyond the moment they happen, or even the moment we write them down.

Here is a list of  physical and online resources that we hope will be of use. Please email us at [email protected] if you think your site/number/contact should be here.



Your local police Station – If you want to, you can use this ‘Team Finder’ for the Met Police to report your incident.
Haven Centre – practical and immediate help for anyone who has been sexually assaulted. Centres in Camberwell, Paddington and Whitechapel.
The Nia Project
Delivering cutting edge services to end violence against women and children.
The Nia Project is an umbrella organisation under which the following projects are run
The Emma Project A refuge for women trying to escape domestic violence who have substance use problems
The IDVA service The Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy Service works with women at high risk of domestic violence.
Safe Choices Works with young women at risk of becoming involved with crime
Family Support Working with a child centred ethos to support families suffering from violence against women
IRIS The Identification and Referral to Improve Safety project works with GPs and other professionals to help them identify women at risk or already suffering domestic violence.
East London Rape Crisis offers specialist help and services to women and girls who have experienced rape, sexual assault or any other form of sexual violence.
Rape Crisis London providing specialist services for women and girls that have been raped or experienced another form of sexual violence. They will help you find your closest centre. Hotline is 0808 802 9999.
Rape Crisis England and Wales
South London Rape Crisis
North London Rape Crisis
West London Rape Crisis

Rights of Women Helping women through the law
Women’s Aid A national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children

Eaves A Brixton based charity working with women through experiences of violence

End Violence Against Women A unique coalition of organisations and individuals campaigning to end all forms of violence against women.
Amnesty A global human rights charity
Southall Black Sisters A non-profit set up to meet the needs of black and ethnic minority women.
The Women’s Resource Centre Helps women’s organisations to be more effective and sustainable. Also jobs listings for the women’s sector, training and events.

Home Office PDF on ending violence against women and girls
The Counselling Directory – a comprehensive database of UK counsellors, with information on their training and experience, areas of counselling covered, fees and contact details. This service is free, confidential and easy to use so don’t suffer in silence.

Sexual Harassment Support – Lots of information and Links

Stop Street Harassment
Myths about sexual harassment – comprehensive myth busting!

Fawcett Society – campaigns for gender equality in the UK, looking at women’s rights in issues such as equal pay, pensions, poverty, justice and politics.
Feminist 101 – A very basic primer on feminist theory and thinking

The F-Word – Uk Feminist News and discussion
UK Feminista A movement of ordinary men and women campaigning for equality

ASH – Anti Street Harassment UK

‘We Live in a world with too much disrespect towards women…Here’s to trying to change things’. By Jessica Davies

‘My Latest Suitor: Tales from a Bus Stop in Camden’. by Heidi Scherz Read on Heidi’s blog here

‘Street Harassment-A Response to Paris Lees in Vice’. By Sian Norris Read on Sian’s blog here and read the original Paris Lees piece here