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Friends Can Tell Podcast

National research has shown that young people experience the highest rates of relationship abuse of any age group.

If they face controlling behaviour in a relationship, young people are most likely to ask for help from a friend. 90% of young people have tried to support a friend in this situation. But 83% said that self-doubt about how best to help gets in the way.

In this series of candid conversations, young women meet for the first time to talk about how they overcame fear and self-doubt to keep a friend safe.

This podcast is brought to you by the Friends Can Tell campaign. It was created in collaboration with its guests by On Our Radar, and produced by Chris Walter, Chloe Cheeseman and Sarah Cuddon, with thanks to Feast Collective. BSL-interpreted vodcasts of all episodes are also available on our YouTube channel, thanks to film maker Will Hazell, editor Maria Pullicino, and accessibility support from the National Deaf Children’s Society and Diverse Signs.

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