Rally public support to fight against sexual violence
Promote legal reform and anti-sexual violence policies
Provide support to victims of sexual violence
Women, Youth, Ethnic Minorities
Care for Victims
Aware of the Need for Professional Collaboration
Respect for Victims' Self-determination
Empowerment through Trust and Self-confidence
What They Do
The Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women (ACSVAW) operates RainLily, Hong Kong’s first one-stop crisis centre for victims of sexual violence, and Anti480, an education centre providing resources and programmes on gender-related topics and prevention of sexual violence. RainLily’s WE Stand project provides education programmes and support services to female ethnic minorities, migrant workers, and refugees. ACSVAW advocates for gender equity, and strives for a society with zero sexual violence.
1 in 7 women have experienced sexual violence in Hong Kong RainLily received 4,199 cases, and helped 572 victims with in-depth support in 2016-2018.
Established in 1997, the Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women (ACSVAW) is a non-government charitable organisation that works to raise awareness of sexual violence against women. ACSVAW advocates for both the government and the community to provide adequate support to victims, to defend their rights and restore their lives with confidence and dignity.
RainLily is a 24-hour one-stop centre providing counselling and crisis intervention services to victims of sexual violence aged above 14. The centre collaborates to offer cross-professional services such as medical, legal and social services.
Anti480 - Anti Sexual Violence Resource Centre provides preventive sexual violence education to teenagers and the public, as well as promotes correct public attitudes towards the issue.