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Unbroken is Madeleine’s memoir and tells her story of being gang raped at thirteen by two American teenagers in the late 1970’s.  It follows her journey of survival, healing, forgiveness, transformation and hope.



Keynote Speaker

An experienced Keynote Speaker, Madeleine has an unusual personal story which she uses to inspire & motivate others.


Through sharing her empowering story, Madeleine encourages others to see that life is about how a person chooses to recover from adversity.


At TEDx in Glasgow, Madeleine shared her personal and moving story to shatter the shame, stigma and silence surrounding sexual violence.


Unbroken – The Podcast with Madeleine Black

I'm so excited to announce that I'm going to start my own podcast soon called "Unbroken - The Podcast with Madeleine Black" Through my journey, I have come across extraordinary people that have triumphed after adversity and have not just bounced back, but forward. By...

“Unbroken” | Episode 1| Mike Haines| Standing Against Hate

Welcome to "Unbroken" The Podcast.Healing Through Storytelling.** Contains frank descriptions of hatred and ideologically based violence, which may be disturbing to some listeners**#unbrokenthepodcastYou will learn the incredible power of choice- in even the most...


It’s  Mental Health Awareness this week and the theme this year is kindness. I think it could be the most important week they’ve ever run They have chosen kindness because of its singular ability to unlock our shared humanity. Kindness strengthens relationships,...


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Avoiding walking home in the dark? Taking the long way around because it’s ‘safer’? ‘Text me when you get home?’ More street lighting? Carrying safety alarms? Violence against women and girls will not be solved at the click of a button.Sabina Nessa was just minutes away from her home. She deserved to walk the streets without fear, without danger, and with the promise that she’ll make it home safe.But yet, women continue to feel unsafe on the streets. Women continue to feel unsafe in their own homes. And women continue to feel worried for the safety of their friends, sisters, daughters and mums.Women should not have to endlessly think of ways to manage their safety. We have been doing this all our lives.We are tired.We’ve said it before, and we will say it again. Violence against women and girls is a grave issue, deep-rooted in societal attitudes towards women. We will continue to support and campaign for women’s safety, but we need to see a whole system approach to challenge and destroy sexism, misogyny and discrimination.➡️ www.womensaid.org.uk/saysabinasname-womens-aid-call-for-justice/#SaySabinasName[Image description: White writing on a teal background reads: 'Women should not have to endlessly think of ways to manage their safety. We have been doing this all our lives. We are tired'. The Women's Aid logo is at the bottom.] ... See MoreSee Less
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We read out the names of the women killed by men in 2021

There were a lot of names

#retford #sayhername

Thank you!! 🎧🎙🙏

My Podcast of the Week is The Tartan Noir Show (@TBLTartanNoir), hosted by the knowledgeable @Theresa_Talbot. It's crucial listening for anyone who loves Scottish crime fiction. In today's @thetimesscot's splendid Alba supplement.

Dangerous child sex offender, jailed for 28 months in 2019.
Released early.
Re-offends, child sex offences.
Sentenced again, this time twelve months.
This is our judicial system.
Anyone else feeling afraid?....

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