What We Do
Core Works
RainLily (Service)
Supporting survivors of sexual violence with ranges of intervention services
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Anti480 (Education)
Providing education resources to empower youth towards a future without sexual violence
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Advocacy
Advocate for anti-sexual violence policies
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Projects
WE Stand
Standing together against sexual violence regardless of race, religion, or culture
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Legal Empowerment
Empower survivors of sexual violence with free legal consultations
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480.0 Gender & Art Space
To put the perspective of gender equity & anti-sexual violence into arts and daily lives
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Achievement
Service

"Walk Along with Her"

467
Clients
RainLily Crisis Intervention Service
In 2012-2014, RainLily provides support to 455 victims, including immediate and post-medical support, counselling and companion services, which help the victims to recover from their trauma. We walk with them to combat difficulties, and assist them in living a brilliant colorful life again.
4051
Calls
RainLily Hotline Service
RainLily hotline is manned by female social workers and well trained female volunteers to offer immediate crisis handling service to victims of sexual violence. 
49
Hours of Legal Advice
Legal Clinic
Legal Clinic Service provides free legal consultation for victims of sexual violence. Lawyers of the Clinic provide pro-bono information on legal rights and the legal process for the victims.

 

Education

Spread the Message of Anti-sexual Violence & Gender Equality to the Public

 
10000
Students
Visit the campuses & communities: Educated over 10000 students
Anti480 has been visiting schools and communities every year to carry out interactive educational activities and to stimulate students and public' thought (which included seminars, workshops, experiential activities, and theatrical performances). The activities have helped young people and the public learn more about issues relating to gender/sexual violence. The training has nurtured correct conceptions, and reinforced the understanding, of gender equality. Anti480 educated over 10,000 students and organized 8 community educational activities (including its multimedia art projects), benefiting more than 700 people.
 
Male
Participation
Gentle Guy Youth Ambassador Program
Sexual/gender violence is not just an issue relating to women. In fact, it has been our firm belief that male participation is a key to end sexual/gender violence and break gender stereotyping. In 2013, Anti480 started a Gentle Guy" Youth Anti-Sexual Violence Ambassador program. Through organization of gender-based professional art training and workshops, the program inspired male participants who supported the campaign against sexual/gender violence.
 
1500
Ethnic Minority Women and Young Girls

WE Stand

Language barrier is an obstacle in bringing awareness of gender-based violence to ethnic minority women and girls. "WE Stand" project reaches out to female migrant workers, asylum seekers, and refugees, providing sexual violence intervention services and preventive education.