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“ The press reported a family member was alive when in fact they had died on the day of the terrorist attack giving us all false hope ” evidence given for our Media Intrusion report – A Second Trauma


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If you are a Survivor, we would love to hear from you, to link you into our network of support, enabling and encouraging you to use your voice if that is something you want to do. Survivors are those who have been directly involved in an attack, injured or as a witness, there in the place where it happened. For us, Survivors are also those who have been bereaved, family members who will benefit from support and benefit from being linked to others who have been through an attack.

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If you are not someone who considers yourself a Survivor of an attack, but you want to support what we do, please go here so we can keep you updated on our work and look at how to get you involved. Maybe you are a journalist, a campaigner, a storyteller, a filmmaker, a policy expert, a charity worker, an entrepreneur or a donor, we would love to hear from you.

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One of the strengths of our network is that we support survivors to make changes in society based on their own experiences. We use our experience, connections and partnerships to make sure survivors are well supported in whatever they want to do. Whether that is media training, linking to community groups or directly influencing policy, we are led by our members and support them as much as we can