National media briefing: Worcestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre, Bangladesh tells charities to stop providing aid, Red Sky and Meningitis Trust

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

West Mercia police have apologised for a poster campaign that the anti-rape charity Worcestershire Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre called "inappropriate" for seeming to suggest victims who were drinking were to blame if they were sexually assaulted.

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The French aid agencies Doctors Without Borders and Action Against Hunger, and the British agency Muslim Aid, working in Bangladesh, have been told by the Bangladeshi authorities to stop providing aid to Muslim Rohingya refugees from neighbouring Burma.

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The hacking group Anonymous has helped a global search for a cyber-vandal who defaced the website of the New Zealand charity and video production company Red Sky.

See BBC News for full story

A third of children with meningitis are left with long-term effects, including epilepsy, mental health or learning problems, according to research commissioned by the Meningitis Trust.

See Guardian for full story

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