Chayn, a 2018 Kering Foundation Awards Laureate, has come out with a new resource for survivors of violence, in addition to their online guides “Do It Yourself Online Safety” to help victims circumvent online tracking from abusers and “How to Build Your Own Domestic Violence Case Without A Lawyer”.
"Getting better & moving on" is an intersectional mental wellbeing guide for anyone having gone through abuse. It helps survivors of violence understand the emotions they are experiencing, recognize that their feelings are the result of abuse and it also provides guidance to obtain help, through advice and recommendations from experts.
Like all Chayn resources, “Getting better & moving on” was written by survivors, their family and friends, as well as mental health professionals. This publication is free and under open license for any organization to use and share with their networks.
To learn more: "Getting better & moving on"
Chayn, what is it?
Founed by Hera Hussain, one of the seven recipients of the 2018 Kering Foundation Awards, Chayn is an open-source digital project run solely on the passion of more than 400 skilled volunteers from 15 countries, to create resources to inform and support survivors of violence through podcasts, toolkits, Snapchat and chatbots. Since its launch in 2013, more than 200,000 people have consulted Chayn.